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    Default boats and caravans

    For those us who are interested in boats and caravans, there is an interesting new website with articles and a forum at <www.caravantalk.co.uk>. The relevant section can be accessed via the toolbar on the left of the home page. The forum is towards the bottom of the Forum section. See you there!

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    It even has an author listed on the site that shares your name, what a coincidence!!!

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    What's aquatic caravanning then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by djbreeze View Post
    What's aquatic caravanning then?
    Motorboating
    To have a boat is not to have problems, but to find solutions..

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    Quote Originally Posted by wazza View Post
    Motorboating
    Ah...

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    Caravanning never entered my consciousness, other than what you do to stay at dinghy events if you are posh and can afford more than a tent.

    3 years ago I had a change of lifestyle and have learned to be less bigoted .

    Caravanning is what you do when the shipping forecast say F6+ and Rain or Fog .

    You just look at the chart and try to remember to keep to the Yellow...
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    Quote: for those that are interested in boating and caravaning....

    Quote Originally Posted by djbreeze View Post
    What's aquatic caravanning then?
    there is the Aquavan: http://www.tradingpost.com.au/Automo...=D827501019542

    excellent concept when done in f/glass. I saw one of these on the lakes. Fills a niche certainly.

    PS the boat's pontoons sit on the trailer, so the trailer stays in the carpark.
    Last edited by barnaclephill; 24-02-12 at 05:12.
    je peux un peu

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