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Old 11-23-2011
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Originally Posted by PCP View Post
Somewhere on the Balearic Islands I was really happy cause I found immediately a spot on the Diesel pontoon, just in front of a big motor boat...and then I waited more than an hour. That's the time it took to put some diesel on that thing. When I commented with the guy om the pump he smiled and said I was lucky because the big motor boat did just had put some diesel, not full tanks

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Paulo
I just went on a delivery on just an 80' powerboat and we took on 2000 gallons and it took forever,it seemed, to fill.(Older Hatteras)Next inline was a 30' sailboat that took on 18 gallons.The dock guys do get commission so I am sure they would rather deal with the 2-4 thousand gallon fill ups rather than the 30' 18 gallon fill up with a water fill up.BUT,when I am delivering sailboats I still tip,not as much as a 100' powerboat ,but I give the guys something at least.
I find the larger the sailboat the nicer the treatment though unfortunately.
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