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Old 17 April 2004, 10:37   #1
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Old 17 April 2004, 10:45   #2
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Maybe it is me but I can't see any pictures, interesting or not
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Old 17 April 2004, 11:18   #3
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Old 17 April 2004, 12:13   #4
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pictures 2

I was in the process of doing so when a coffee arrived on my desk.....
heres a link for the time being


www.sheernesslifeboat.co.uk


I did not place this link up before as I did not want to be seen to plugging any boats or sites , if it offends I will take it down
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AUCH, this Parker rib with the front cabin is like the ugly duck , strange and I bet the blue light is just standard automobile configuration and will only last few weeks in salted sea.
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AUCH, this Parker rib with the front cabin is like the ugly duck , strange and I bet the blue light is just standard automobile configuration and will only last few weeks in salted sea.
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Well Bogi you maybe correct but that particular rib has never seen the sea. It has been operated by the Polish Inland Water Rescue "WOPR" for the last 3 years on the Mazurian lakes. the lakes there are quite large so such rib is the best means for transporting casulties or getting to an emergency. The blue flashing light is of course to unsure the yotties keep well away and not get run over in the process. ( I can imagine some of us would want one of them when speeding in the Solent)

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I did not place this link up before as I did not want to be seen to plugging any boats or sites , if it offends I will take it down
I don't have a problem with you showing pictures of RIBs on RIBnet. I don't mind you posting a link to your Parker RIBs web site either!

I am surprised that the RNLI would allow you to use an RNLI web site (even an unofficial one) for personal gain. It could even be construed that these RIBs are in some way endorsed by the RNLI!

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Old 18 April 2004, 05:18   #8
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Is it me or the people in the second photo do not have any life jacket on? Lake or not lake. This cannot be a proper RNLI web site I don't think
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Is it me or the people in the second photo do not have any life jacket on? Lake or not lake. This cannot be a proper RNLI web site I don't think
Do you read the words at all Manos?
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When a boat looks that good who needs tubes!!!
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Old 18 April 2004, 06:28   #10
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My Dear Cookee I understand your inner feeling of being a complete I@#@T but as an RNLI site - which is NOT!! - (I would have thought) safety is what they preach and therefore safety is what it should be shown at all times lake or not lake.
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