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Old 17 March 2003, 15:27   #41
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Charles,
I would have thought a new Techno 42 could be as much as 250K,
10.3 biturbo seatek's+gearbox's+trimax drives these bits alone would run in at 140K or more, maybe 150,
then an exotic 42' kevlar/balsa boat from FB, say 75-80K, +carbon fibre FB design tabs and loads of fancy rigging and gadgets, soon adds up!
I have to say though, if my numbers came up tomorow, I'd be straight off to como to order me an FB 55 triple seatek missile (I'd have the hardboat version of course LOL) bugger the cost, nice to dream innit.
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Old 17 March 2003, 16:53   #42
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Super Pics Charles,Thats somewhere else Im going next yr,I could quit happily plan the rest of my life on rib net.
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Old 17 March 2003, 18:01   #43
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more stunning pics Charles shame about my probs tho, spent all of an hour on the water and the sun wasn't even shining that bright at 8am But you guys really have to see this boat in the flesh, she is stunning!!!

Also Chalres is your colleague Paul Lemmer of BWM ribs fame, because not only did I have over-heating problems yesterday the Hard Disk on my laptop died, and as such I cannot access my e-mails in which I had his contact details. If any one has his contact details please send them to leedare@jerseymail.co.uk because I need to speak to him. Thank You

Am i correct in thinking that if your the owner of a large business (or such like) and have a large bank balance you are better having that tied up as an asset (such as an expensive boat) due to Txation purposes as oppossed to sitting there? Which could explain Mr Lemmer's nice rib. Or am I way off the point?

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Super Pics Charles,Thats somewhere else Im going next yr,I could quit happily plan the rest of my life on rib net.
Do drop us a line good sir, would be gald to offer assistance of any variety
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Old 18 March 2003, 06:42   #45
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Just for you CH - the Ecrehous on Sunday
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Old 18 March 2003, 08:37   #46
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One day I will hopefully stay the night off there, with a glass of red and a cigar.Thanks Charles
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Does anyone know if Fabio Buzzi has a website?
I must tend towards JF on this pricing of the Techno 42. If that spec. of boat "only" cost 160k, I would expect to see at least half a dozen in UK waters. For example the new Scorpion 10m with twin Yanmar 300s is about that price and the Buzzi spec. is A LOT higher, isn't it?
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Brian, what have I told you before about the amazing powers of google??

http://www.fbdesign.it/

HTH,
Alan

PS. I'd like a go of Cyanide 2 your FB Tecno 42 when you get her please!
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PS. I'd like a go of Cyanide 2 your FB Tecno 42 when you get her please!
No, no me first - I put Brian on to it!
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We have the moulds for this cabin rib, it was originally manufactured by a company called ocean adventure marine a few years ago, a lot of time and money went in to the tooling and the result was a quite good looking boat. If there's any interest, let me know.
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