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    Posted: 12 Dec 16 at 10:00am
hi there! my name is havey; my last post was deleted as it seemed to be commercial but im going to  have to try again as i would REALLY appreciate someones help on this matter!!!!!!

ive got to speak to somewhat 40 people who own boats betwee 8-18m long (pleasure crafts only)

YES, this is a bit of research but  NO there is nothing personal. were not trying to sell and YESSSSSSSS, believe it or not, we would love you pay you! 30 cheuque or amazon voucher; as we havent conducted any interviews yet so first the person could choose! 

sorry for talking about something so off topic - i really am - but any help would be amazing. im not very nautical but im a nice guy looking for some help and advice. cheers.

:) harvey from hill taylor.
trying to find a sustainable, prolonged and relaxed yet efficient approach to pleasure boating, and they're engines.
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Hill Taylor are a market research company. But this Hill Taylor is a swimmer http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/sportvideo/8296256/Hill-Taylor-or-the-Dolphin-Man-is-denied-a-world-backstroke-record.html a pretty astonishing demonstration of how it's faster to swim underwater than on the surface.....

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Post Options Post Options   Quote Harvey@HillTaylor Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12 Dec 16 at 10:42am
that..... is pretty mind-blowing, am i pissing in the wind with this research? do you think anyone will help? Disapprove 
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I'm not sure what the forum rules are regarding this kind of stuff so I can't help there. However the majority of forum activity is from dinghy sailors who sail boats under 6m long and definitely no engines so maybe you are looking in the wrong place? 

The off topic 'Banter' forum may be a better place and there is a keelboat forum but the mods will have to decide if your commercial interest is acceptable.


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thank you for the information and your time! the search continues! 
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