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5 minutes ago, finlo said:

Pretty sure they do:ph34r:

Not just a pot noodle, but an M&S pot noodle?

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Maybe Soba Po Kung de-hydrante?

Actually, 24 hrs across the Biscay? Would you want any food?

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Years ago, knew someone who used the Freighter Ships with afew, maybe 6 cabins, for South Africa trips. Said it was exemplary service!

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6 minutes ago, Kopek said:

Maybe Soba Po Kung de-hydrante?

Actually, 24 hrs across the Biscay? Would you want any food?

In 50+ single crossings in 15 years only one been cancelled, one took 40 hours, and a couple were “bouncy”.

Theyre big boats. And most of the time it’s smooth.

normally have lunch or tea before boarding, cooked breakfast is free with the frequent sailor club card, then butties for lunch. Eat ashore on arrival.

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Actually I love a bargain and will spend more time finding such than just , getting on with it. JWs advice in these routes could be of import?

I presume JW is taking his own car if fuel costs are taken into account? Tour to Montpellier can be done in single day trip, toll free and has the interesting terrain to admire, though not for the driver. However, this is still a long trip, not for a family n kids.

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40 minutes ago, John Wright said:

Not just a pot noodle, but an M&S pot noodle?

They do quite a nice Raman. 

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From the same factory as the 30p. ones elsewhere?

Too cynical???

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On 2/6/2019 at 9:45 PM, John Wright said:

In 50+ single crossings in 15 years only one been cancelled, one took 40 hours, and a couple were “bouncy”.

Theyre big boats. And most of the time it’s smooth.

normally have lunch or tea before boarding, cooked breakfast is free with the frequent sailor club card, then butties for lunch. Eat ashore on arrival.

Compared to the viking ships of times gone by, this would have been luxury crossing on an epic scale surley ?

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