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Survival Of Virus On Your Boat

Post by Miles » March 14th, 2020, 7:57 am

With the ever increasing danger of getting wiped out now by this Coronovirus, is it best policy to get out in your boat, drop mud weight and isolate from the contagion?

Where else can anyone survive in relative comfort whilst the world goes bonkers for a bit?

Might be time to get a big Tesco's delivery, stock up on diesel and be prepared to go sit it alone for a few weeks.
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Re: Survival Of Virus On Your Boat

Post by lgwarren » March 26th, 2020, 7:26 am

Good luck Miles. I make you right about being the best place to be in this very strange time.
I was on my mooring and looking to see it out for a while, but unfortunately the marina was closed down on Tuesday morning. I don't quite understand the logic as I felt it was probably the safest place to be. My nearest neighbour was about 60 yds away. But follow the instructions we must.
Keep safe all.

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