how much does it cost

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Probably cheaper to have holes cut in the bottom of your pockets. I only have a small boat which I use to fish inshore. Great fun and quite cheap to run. My mooring is my own, so costs nowt, but can only go out/come home when the tides in. That does limit chances to go out. But if you get a bigger boat the costs seem to go up exponentially. I've decided that if I want to go further afield I'll use the charter boats - a lot less hastle than owning anything bigger. The costs of getting 'qualified' aren't too bad and given the skills they give you will seem well wothwhile.

Whatever you decide to do - enjoy!



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