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Old 05-03-2014, 04:20 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by Giggitoni View Post
Too much worry about fuel savings... Run both engines and enjoy them. Add up your fuel cost for an average of 150 hours per year. Then total your "other" costs; slip rental, maintenance and repairs, insurance, etc. You'll find that the cost of fuel is a small percentage of your total cost of being owned by a boat!
I was a proponent of single engine cruising for several years. However the above statement is strikingly true. I don't do it anymore.
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