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Selling my Freeman 22 Mk 1 £4500 ono

Post by Leigh Hills on Sat Sep 01, 2018 9:10 am

Lovely example of a mk1, BMC Vedette Petrol engine, BSC until 2022, river license until April 2019. Many original features. Inverter, generator, shore power, fridge, tv, porta potti, solar panel, winter cover, and battery trickle charger, new battery also. Moored on the picturesque River Medway in Yalding, Kent. Ready to cruise the waterways.



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Post by Stephen on Sat Sep 01, 2018 10:19 am

Try to include pictures. Buyers love pictures - helps them to dream of how its theirs already! Great spec. Just needs a chimney and could be a liveaboard lol. Much demand for those on Thames! You say its licenced. No need for a licence on the Thames re EA non-enforcement.

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Post by bigscale on Wed Sep 05, 2018 9:41 pm

No licence on the Thames Pat I find that hard to believe  are we advocating licence dodging Steve if so I am not impressed licence pays to keep our waterways open
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Post by Stephen on Wed Sep 05, 2018 10:23 pm

We're not advocating it. Oh no. Just pointing out what's obvious. You can't know that in every backwater and even on the mainstream there are boats everywhere not exhibiting a licence that's readily visible thanks to the short-sightedness of single licence-plate issue so may be on the other side. But particularly the number of boats that have no name! Could be by oversight, or as when first acquired and working on it but afloat, but even posh boats - and I refuse to believe that if you own a boat worth £thousands you don't know (and indeed would ordinarily be proud to) that you need to show a licence,
On C&RT waterways a boat has a numeric identity that interested or concerned passers-by can readily check on-line if licenced and report the incident/location if so-minded for C&RT to follow up. On the Thames, who knows the difference between Myboat 4 and Myboat IV or no name at all and does EA Enforcement care? Or does EA Enforcement even look?
Easy, I realise, for me to criticise. For EA the problem must by now be overwhelming.

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Post by Prof Pat Pending on Wed Sep 05, 2018 10:40 pm

Perhaps this isn’t the place for this discussion chaps

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Post by Leigh Hills on Wed Sep 05, 2018 11:31 pm

Of course all boats should be licensed!

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