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electric cards for shore power spare batteries, phone charger,
sos list

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Don't forget to take a mallet for the rhond anchors if on a hire boat
as the yards don't supply them

A jar or tube of Colmans English Mustard , all the pubs/restaurants
only ever offer you the cheap tasteless sachets , ridiculous I know
considering the proximity to Colmans!!

Also as opposed to Fairy Liquid should take Ecouver or some other
variation of "Eco-Friendly" washing up liquid.

And finally a good bottle or two of malt whiskey ( or malt whisky )

no traffic, no fumes, no traffic wardens.......bliss!!

simon

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Almost forgot, oops

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no traffic, no fumes, no traffic wardens.......bliss!!

simon

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and someone to do the cooking and washing up  ...cheers mick

your round methinks

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Ice Cube Trays - there were none on the hire boat we had.

Iain

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Wife and kids.
On second thoughts wife and kids go and leave husband behind...Lesley

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Alcohol in every form possible lol

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being a cold mortal i always pack a spare duvet, and also bring wellies & wet weather gear, i believe in sod's law- it usually works!!!!!

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fold up step for those big drops,
beer,
vodka,
wine,
dog bed and throw for seating,
plug in coolbox to cool the beers whilst motoring - MUST be unplugged whilst moored up !
extension lead for charging lappies again only whilst moving

and I always forget summat but it doesn't really matter ...


Regards

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Boat keys  Blush

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I'd add
pepper grinder
hot pepper sauce
walking boots
bird ID book (s)

Ipod / MP3 and docking station (optional)

and make sure the insulated mugs have lids (for those emergency mooring situations) and are wide based ones, not the sort that slot into a car cup holder, too prone to falling over

Have sharp knife and can burn water

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