goodall_m1 Posted July 22, 2010 Share Posted July 22, 2010 So far I have done 4 trips on the broads with hire cruisers. On two of them I have had to contact the boatyard for the assistance of an engineer Once for a failed started motor, and once for a blocked cooling inlet. Now hire boats, by their nature, are used (or is it abused) a lot more than most private boats. Turn around day doesn't actually give the yard much time for repairs, check overs, or preventive maintenance. So here are a few discussion points: What proportion of hirers have to contact the boatyard for assistance? Does it vary from yard to yard? Does it depend on the age of the boat? Does it vary depending on the stage of the season? Any thoughts? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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