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Old 27 November 2004, 15:09   #101
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This is April Blue moored Fowey Harbour this Summer

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Old 27 November 2004, 15:37   #102
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I've reviwed each........

...........and every one of the above attached photos and must say, I'm, terribly impressed. Wouldn't it be fabulous to have one massive cruise. Could it be organised - No, no way, even with the best of intention. Anyway, great photos. I'm sure there's a business opportunity here, I just need to come up with it.........mmmmmmmm.......
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Old 28 November 2004, 06:21   #103
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I totally agree MeMe, It would be great to organise a massive get together and cruise. Who would organise it? Louise seems to have plenty of time on her hands.
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Old 28 November 2004, 06:24   #104
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Who would organise it? Louise seems to have plenty of time on her hands.
Hi Wayne,

It would be my pleasure - a mass meeting of as many RIBnetters as poss would be great. Imagine the photo opportunities!!! I'll put some ideas together (maybe for Spring?). Looking forward to it!
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Old 28 November 2004, 06:53   #105
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some great boat pics here. I'll put mine up when it's ready.

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Old 28 November 2004, 07:03   #106
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That was a great day out...nice memories carly ! Nice shot Timothy !

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Old 28 November 2004, 09:36   #107
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There are plenty of people who haven't posted piccies yet! Come on...shake a leg!

Maybe include a bit of info too. History, good/bad customer service, good points, bad points limitations etc etc

Me Flatacraft: small, fast and lively but wetter than the sea itself . I have a 1987 electric start Yamaha 25hp on the back which runs like a dream (considering the age!) and hardly ever misses a beat. I've done a few improvements on it including mounting fuel tanks under the rear seats (it has 4 back to back seats) and providing locker space under the front seats. I have also mounted a net under the front canopy to hold bags to keep em dry.

She is soon to be replace with a bigger project boat, details soon!

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Old 28 November 2004, 09:44   #108
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Well done Louise,I knew we could count on you. It's still on for the 18th. I'm going to post a thread later to see if we can get a few more for it. We should be able to get a Roast down at Woolverstone Marina on the way back just to finish the day off.
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Old 28 November 2004, 10:15   #109
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Some photos of Cyanide

1 Unloading for an overnight stop in Castlebay, Barra, Hebrides
2. Outside Torquay Marina, Devon
3 Loading Nav. data, Bangor N.I.
4 Enterring Fowey, Cornwall with extreme SIBber, Keith Hart
5 Moored in Percuil River, St. Mawes
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Old 28 November 2004, 14:04   #110
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Humber 6.3 Ocean Pro / 200 Mariner Optimax - Still no name - any suggestions?

The first 3 were taken before her maiden voyage earlier this year.
The 4th at full bore acouple of weeks later after running in.
The 5th taken at Lymington quay late this summer after I fitted the A-frame, lights and electronics.

Fantastic boat, pretty quick and loves the rough.
I have had a few minor problems including the welds on the back seat back rests breaking after a trip to the Isle of Wight in some less than desirable weather (these were eventually replaced by Humber with some heavier duty ones.)
The elephant trunk decided to split due to water pressure - replaced as well.

On the whole though very pleased.

Reasonable economy is attainable as long as I keep to 30 or 35 knots. As soon as I get into the mid to high 40's it DRINKS it!!!

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