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Old 15 October 2007, 15:13   #11
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6m Destroyer 150hp Opti - Dive Rib
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Old 16 October 2007, 02:23   #12
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..........and what please is the guide price for the Dive Spec 6m/150?

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Old 16 October 2007, 04:11   #13
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We could do a basic dive spec dive spec from 20,000 6m / 150hp Opti

This boat was a very highly spec; top spec - chart plotter, depth finder, dsc, cover, and lots of other extras; the invoice came to about 25'000

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Old 16 October 2007, 13:27   #14
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f'rd cylinder rack neat, wondered why it had a single width console. Still like the expedition width ones plenty of space for big plotters and room inside.

I keep designing the ultimate virtual dive rib. We seem to be low on storage space at the moment. Our boat is due for replacememnt in 3-5years but we need to find the cash so arent serious at present in terms of an order. Let me know if you need or want to sound out any design ideas.

I had flirted with the notion of a collapsible cylinder rack that could lie in a channel in the deck along the keel line. Also a mesh basket over the cylinder rack to hold; gloves, fins, masks etc. Next engineering problem is the ultimate foldable quality dive ladder for ribs.
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this boat is an absolute beast, i was just stunned when we tested it. awsome
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Compared to your Camel it must seem like a rocket ship!

Opti's give a lot of bang per kilo (i love em!) I think you'll find most boats of that size with max power enigine have stuniing performance. Have you thought about sticking a 200 opti or etec on your Camel

It's a blast isn't it
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a well i didn't have the camel then i had a searider , but i had been playing on the camel
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Looks like a Shakespeare console to me?
Certainly does Neil - so we will be looking forward to plenty of new orders for many more units from our man in Pwllheli ----------
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Certainly does Neil - so we will be looking forward to plenty of new orders for many more units from our man in Pwllheli ----------
Loving the 720 by the way Steve

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Loving the 720 by the way Steve

Better stop hijacking the thread now
Glad to hear your happy with the Shakespeare 720 its good to get customer feedback.

By the way would you be happy to talk to a prospective customer I have who would like to know how the 720 handles, he`s moving up from a Searider 5.4 I think?
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