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Old 25 July 2005, 15:20   #371
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you guys could you take your problems to your pm And let the people have a look at our boat ? No one will find the pictures now

Actually Danny all I did was post comments saying how good your boat was - then I got attacked without reason - so no more "you guys" please"""

"I DO like those Ospreys - looks cool in black!!!" Was all I said!!! And I will repeat it again!!!
You're right Codprawn. Thanks for the compliments.
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Old 25 July 2005, 22:11   #372
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As this thread has come back to the top I will post some pics of my new toy, courtesy of one Mr P. 7 .

I have just finished this weekend fitting the VHF, Fishfinder and Nav lights. Just need to save up a bit for the Chartplotter .
Nice looking outfit - what plotter you going to get???
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Old 26 July 2005, 04:04   #373
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The new Garmin 172C. Slightly smaller than the 182C I had on Morpheus but then I don't have as much console space
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Old 26 July 2005, 06:41   #374
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Garmin kit is great and I like the Bluechart software - if I was buying a conventional boat with a wheelhouse I would just use the bluecharts on my laptop coupled up to my trusty old GPS12. As a RIB is not exactly laptop friendly and I want a good sized screen I have gone for the Raymarine - hope it's worth it!!!
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Old 27 July 2005, 10:26   #375
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I noticed that JK has now added delivery dates to the calendar page, this is jolly useful!
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Old 27 July 2005, 12:24   #376
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Not me! It was that Scary Des
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Old 27 July 2005, 12:32   #377
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Old 24 October 2005, 14:18   #378
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How do u guys tie up to docks? my RIB si going to have a cleat in the bow but the stern i have nothing...
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Old 24 October 2005, 14:28   #379
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How do u guys tie up to docks? my RIB si going to have a cleat in the bow but the stern i have nothing...
A frame if fitted or D rings fitted in the transom!
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Cleat on 'A' frame. Usually welded on @ manufacture, or cleat on the transom perhaps? How 'bout cleats bolted THROUGH the transom each side of the motor (inside) with fairleads (ropeguides) screwed to transom top?
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