Linnhe Marine - diesel now available

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Linnhe Marine - diesel now available

Postby Telo » Thu Aug 24, 2006 4:55 pm

Apologies to those who've already seen this on another forum, but I thought cruisers would like to know that diesel is now available at Linnhe Marine, Dallens Bay, Appin (56N34.9’ 05W22.8’).

This is a convenient stop-over point for vessels heading to/from the Caledonian Canal, and costs (August 2006) £10 per night for a mooring. There is a shower (included in the mooring fee), and fresh water is available on the pontoon. Paul Zvegintzov provides a free water taxi service during normal hours, and the boat is available for use by customers out of hours.

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During the summer season, we keep our boat there. It’s a good base for us, and reasonably priced. Sheltered from most winds, it can be a wee bit bumpy in strong winds from the NW, but nothing that's ever caused us a problem.

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Postby Silkie » Thu Aug 24, 2006 6:57 pm

Have you been promised a discount? :roll:

What may well be "..a wee bit bumpy.." for you means that Hurley 22 crews need to be lashed into their bunks in a northerly and it doesn't have to be all that stong either.
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Postby jim.r » Thu Aug 24, 2006 11:10 pm

Silkie wrote:Have you been promised a discount? :roll:

What may well be "..a wee bit bumpy.." for you means that Hurley 22 crews need to be lashed into their bunks in a northerly and it doesn't have to be all that stong either.


jings stong .. good word .. sting string wrong long bong .. be a while afore ye're talking in yer usual tremulous baritone Silkie!

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Careful now

Postby Silkie » Fri Aug 25, 2006 12:26 am

or people might think you're just a grammarian.
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Postby Telo » Fri Aug 25, 2006 11:12 am

Silkie wrote:Have you been promised a discount? :roll:
Regrettably not, but, to be fair, his charges are so reasonable there's probably not much room for one anyway. :)

What may well be "..a wee bit bumpy.." for you means that Hurley 22 crews need to be lashed into their bunks in a northerly and it doesn't have to be all that stong either.
I wondered what you were doing when you said that you fancied an early night. :oops:

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Silkie always has an answer

Postby ash » Fri Aug 25, 2006 5:18 pm

Silkie wrote:or people might think you're just a grammarian.


Jings Silkie - your website favorites list must be massive - and well organised - you always seem to find an appropriate link.

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Postby Silkie » Fri Aug 25, 2006 7:21 pm

Can't really take any credit Ash since it was linked in The Lounge recently.
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