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Old 05 November 2001, 05:00   #11
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I think, and I may well be wrong here, but Charles’s RIB is not an Ocean, rather an AMT , or something that sounds the same !!


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Old 06 November 2001, 04:34   #12
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I think it was actually built by Ocean but is an AMT design. If that makes any sense whatsoever!

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Old 06 November 2001, 05:39   #13
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The hull was laid up by Ocean using the mould from the old J&B Rare raceboat, which is the same design as that used by Maywatch for their cruiser

AMT then did the rest of the fit out.

It's very much a one-off!

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