How Much Does It Cost to Live on a Narrowboat?

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The amount of expenses to live on a narrowboat depends on whether your are on a fixed cost or a variable cost. The fixed cost includes fixed prices of the license fees, mooring fees, and maintenance fees, which are around £2,855 as of 2012. The variable cost depends on the frequency of usage. If it is a 55 foot narrow boat and used for approximately 3,000 miles, it will cost about £905.
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