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Can I leave my boat to be refitted in my absence?

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We get emailed a lot about our refit and soon I'll be putting together a 'guide to refitting your boat abroad'. In the meantime I wanted to respond to an email I received recently asking whether it's possible to leave the boat in the care of the yard for a complete refit, to be done in the owner's absence.

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Esper Refit 46 – Christmas Special

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As Christmas approaches we are inundated with rain, rain and more rain. It’s just like being back in the UK! We still had fun, attending a Burmese wedding and rehousing some little animals.

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