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Old 03-01-2017, 04:27   #46
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Out of interest, where in Malta have you wintered, and what were the rates?
There's a brief but full comparison of wintering options in Malta at Sailing Sicily, Malta and South Italy | JimB Sail which I've just updated, with links to all web sites I could track. As to rates, I've only given broad indications, since they haven't all published next winter's rates. Rates are negotiable - depending whether you want accommodation before the Middle Sea race (high rates!), and whether you want much work done on the boat.

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There's a brief but full comparison of wintering options in Malta at Sailing Sicily, Malta and South Italy | JimB Sail which I've just updated, with links to all web sites I could track. As to rates, I've only given broad indications, since they haven't all published next winter's rates. Rates are negotiable - depending whether you want accommodation before the Middle Sea race (high rates!), and whether you want much work done on the boat.

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Thanks for that Jim. Some good information there.

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Old 03-01-2017, 18:51   #48
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Sliema Creek has free buoys available
Entering grand harbour, on port side, at entrance there is a secluded bay .. too, before Kerkara
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Old 03-01-2017, 23:46   #49
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Sliema Creek has free buoys available
Entering grand harbour, on port side, at entrance there is a secluded bay .. too, before Kerkara
Really! Will look out for those when we return in a few months time.

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