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Mowjo
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Smile If anyone is interested, I was at Broadsedge today and David said he still has a few mooring spaces left, unless it's gone up in price, 2007 was £29per foot plus Vat,,

I'm Not CRAZY, my view on reality is just different to YOURS,,,

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Hiya Frank. Not sure how true it is, but I did read that Broadsedge is now £35 per foot per year. Hope not.

How you doing Frank ?

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thats a bit of a jump Baz from £29 to £35 ware did you see that

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Hi, is the £35 inc V.A.T. cos that's not a big rise,£29 + vat is £34.05p

David

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Hi Baz,long time no see, David never mentioned any rise in the mooring fees when I spoke to him Saturday, I'm waiting for a call from David so as soon as I do I'll post the correct price, I know on Brightside it does say £35 a foot but that is including vat, if it has gone up to £35 plus vat I think there may be quite a few looking for new mooring, thats one hell of a hike,,

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Hi Frank and all, it was posted on the other side, along with a list of other marina's. I thought at the time it was a bit high, but didn't say anything until I knew for sure.

Baz

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Mooring fee's at Broadsedge for the coming season will be £30 per foot +vat which is also only a £1 per foot increase from last season ,hope this helps

Finny

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Hi Finny,

I'm responsible for the list over there.

I make the VAT on £30 to be £5.25 (hence the £35.25 total).
I try to show what you actually pay in all cases.

All the best,


E/boat Steve

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Steve

That has to be the right way to show 'actual cost paid' not many of us are business's that can reclaim VAT, mores the pity.

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Perry

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Hi Perry,

I'm VAT registered but as much as I would love to reclaim the VAT, unless I start using the boat for business that's one avenue of savings that is totally "off limits."

Ice Creams anyone? Playful

E/boat Steve

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