Fantastic fuel!

We have two good size fuel tanks on Noccy which means we can carry 100 gallons or 380 litres of fuel. One is underneath the v-berth where the humans sleep…




and the other is underneath the settee on the port side.



To check the level of fuel we use a dipstick. Although we keep a record of how much fuel we have and what we’ve used, I still make the humans check the levels before a big trip. We use roughly 3 litres an hour so we have over 120 hours of motoring available.

The fuel is filtered as it goes into the tank, it then goes through two racor filters and finally it’s filtered again as it goes into the engine so paws crossed nothing nasty should ever make its way into the engine.

I think it’s pretty pawesome!

Bisous Bailey


  1. Pretty cool. Fuel is important. It’s kind of like treats for the engine…..

    Love and licks,


  2. Think, though, how many hours of travel those big bedsheet things can give!


  3. try this again,
    Curious, can your humans hear the fuel slaushing around in the tank under the V-berth when they are sleeping?


  4. All the extra filtering is a great idea Bailey. Great job!


  5. It’s a pretty neat system!


  6. You know everything about Noccy – you could pilot her anywhere if you needed to – all by yourself!

    Hugs, Sammy


  7. It’s so good that you keep those humans on the ball!


  8. It’s excellent that you know the inner workings of the boat, brofur Bailey. You never know when you might be called upon to help out. XO from your brofur and sisfurs, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo


  9. Bailey you take such good care of your boat! Your humans are furry lucky to have such an intelligent kitty! Sandpaper kisses, Addycat


  10. Dat’s purretty innewestin’ Bailey. 🙂

    Luv and Hugs and Kitty Kisses ♥♥♥



  11. What a great set up Bailey…being stranded is really not an option is it my friend 🙂 I mean you could survive as a kitty but the peeps are…well…peeps 😉 hugs Fozziemum xx


  12. Bailey you bring back so many old memories on my fathers sail boat! Memories of the filters on the fuel tank were so lost until now. You make my heart sing! It’s a good thing your humans have you. I only wish we had had someone like yourself on our boat to help out, Im sure things would have been a lot more efficient. Licks, Karen


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