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Fuel Prices, Northern & Southern Broads

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Simpsons Boatyard (formally Moonfleet) charge £1.20/Litre for diesel (I was told maximum purchase amount is 100 litres) and £12.00 for a pump out or £18.00 for two tanks. This as of 5th June

 

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Brooms petrol was £1.55 on May 31st.

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Just now, webntweb said:

Brooms petrol was £1.55 on May 31st.

Petrol or diesel? I know Their diesel price has recently increased outrageously. 

Well they did say that their new focus was on the hire boats; so simply less of a fuel deposit refund for unsuspecting hirers..

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Russell Marine South Walsham diesel £1.05 per litre. Pumpout £10 for a single. Have heard that Boulters are holding their price for diesel for another week, then £1.05 per litre. Think it is currently 99p, or £1 not sure which.

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6 hours ago, webntweb said:

Brooms petrol was £1.55 on May 31st.

Wow I was lucky I filled up at Brooms on the 28 May and was £1.23 a Lt bit of a jump to say the least.Not sure what Andy charges at Freedom?Any ideas?

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Just spoke to Robert at Sutton Staithe and his diesel is £1.15 and not £1.20 as has been previously reported

Boycee

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12 hours ago, Chelsea14Ian said:

Wow I was lucky I filled up at Brooms on the 28 May and was £1.23 a Lt bit of a jump to say the least.Not sure what Andy charges at Freedom?Any ideas?

Freedom no longer selling diesel as equipment is non compliant for retail sales. Also pump out is currently not working. 

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21 hours ago, Philosophical said:

Petrol or diesel? I know Their diesel price has recently increased outrageously. 

Well they did say that their new focus was on the hire boats; so simply less of a fuel deposit refund for unsuspecting hirers..

Petrol. Diesel is £1.25.

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Don't know what Goodchilds are charging for their fuel at present but we have always found them far more competitive than Brooms.

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on facebook boulter raising price to£1.05 on monday go over the weekend

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Old enough to remember it being 1 & 3 but that was in the mid sixties:default_norty:
4 pints a chips & fish with slight change from 10 bob.
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Alan

I can remember when it cracked the £1 barrier , oh the fuss that caused !



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Are we talking road diesel here ? Or has someone found a way round the European rules and it’s gone back to red diesel ?
If it’s road fuel then can you fill a car at any of these boatyards by any chance ?


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2 hours ago, YorkshireAndy said:

Are we talking road diesel here ? Or has someone found a way round the European rules and it’s gone back to red diesel ?
If it’s road fuel then can you fill a car at any of these boatyards by any chance ?


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It's red diesel.

These prices you lot are quoting seem very high for diesel.

We currently pay 75ppl here in Lincoln.

Might top the tank up before we come down next week.

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boatyards use red diesel but theres a 40/60 split tax on it  heating / cruising i hope you arnt filling your road  tank up with red !! its £1 a litre at Boulters or it was a few weeks ago HERBERT WOODS is currently £1.20 A LITRE

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Southgate diesel £1.20. Pump out £15.

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On 04/04/2018 at 19:11, ranworthbreeze said:

Old enough to remember it being 1 & 3 but that was in the mid sixties:default_norty:

4 pints a chips & fish with slight change from 10 bob.

Regards

Alan

I remember something in the 60s being one and three but it wasn't beer.

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5 hours ago, Stranger said:

boatyards use red diesel but theres a 40/60 split tax on it  heating / cruising i hope you arnt filling your road  tank up with red !! its £1 a litre at Boulters or it was a few weeks ago HERBERT WOODS is currently £1.20 A LITRE

No. We drive petrol cars :default_biggrin:

Red diesel for the boats (obviously) at our marina is 75ppl.

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7 hours ago, Cal said:

It's red diesel.

These prices you lot are quoting seem very high for diesel.

We currently pay 75ppl here in Lincoln.

Might top the tank up before we come down next week.

Diesel everywhere on the broads is more than around Lincoln.  

definitely a good idea to brim your tanks prior to coming here. 

Not sure if diesel is available in Southwold or not, or if its any cheaper. 

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62 ppl for diesel and 63 ppl for petrol in Jersey 51 ppl in new fuel berth all non bio and low sulfur JohnI

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Not sure if diesel is available in Southwold.?

Diesel is available at Southwold harbour. The pump is close to the lifeboat station. Contact Southwold Harbour Master by phone or on C12 . and he will arrange it.

 

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Brooms still (July 21st) £1.25 for diesel, Pump our still £18 for one £23 for two.

Goodchilds (July 18th) 99.8p for diesel. Notice on pump out machine says £16.50 PER BOAT. We had two and they charged us £16.50.

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Sutton Boatyard as of 22nd July, 18.        £1:15 per Litre diesel.  Pump out £12:00

Griff

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Richardsons at Horning and Stalham 

Still £1.15 per litre diesel

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I would say that is a good price from one of the biggest yards

Griff

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1 hour ago, C.Ricko said:

Richardsons at Horning and Stalham  

Still £1.15 per litre diesel

Clive, I had no idea the Horning Marina sold diesel so that is nice to know a) you do and b) the price :)

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