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Old 26 September 2006, 17:21   #11
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looks quite tight, whats is it lepechaun size ?

whats the price £ price ?

do you do a twin instalation? or is it in the pipe line.

when is the full cabin version coming out then?

I really like the idea of the wrap around console but i dont know if it takes the feeling of a rib away, how do your customers find it? The redbay and scorpion both do options for the wrap around that i have seen, is there any other manufacturers that offer this?
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Old 26 September 2006, 17:41   #12
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Ocean do a nice Wraparound.

How do you get into that console cuddy?
Squeeze through the little hatch in the front? Or is it bigger than it appears in the photos?

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Old 26 September 2006, 17:47   #13
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what you get on the bow and climb in?

Where is the Bog?

what do you think of the wrap around?
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Old 27 September 2006, 04:11   #14
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The bunks space is approx 7' long, how somebody decides to lay it out will be entirely up to them. No doubt it is going to be the most spacious cabin but how often are you going to want to sleep on board? It is there as an option if needed.

We will be tooling up for a twin engine model shortly, the down side in Ireland being that Marina space is nearly impossible to get so a lot of people still have to trailer their boats which wouldn't be possible with a twin installation because of the beam.

We have a cabin version designed and it is available to anybody that decides that is what they want. Most customers that considered the cabin option decided that our wraparound boat would be a better boat for all seasons as during the warmer weather you can take the roof off.

Everyone that has purchased the wraparound option is delighted with it. Most of these customers have young children and find the security it gives to be a real bonus.

The access hatch on this particular boat is small, only because this is our own demonstrator model and I don't intend to be sleeping on it that often. There is a much larger access door that can be fitted into the front of the dash panel.

We haven't finalised the pricing on this model yet, but should have it worked out by the end of the week!
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Old 27 September 2006, 04:14   #15
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[QUOTE=tsunami] No doubt it is going to be the most spacious cabin.[QUOTE=tsunami]

Obviously I mean't to say NOT the most spacious cabin
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Old 27 September 2006, 04:28   #18
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[QUOTE=pop] looks quite tight, whats is it lepechaun size ?

Theres no such thing as a Leprechaun It's only an old mith.

I took delivery of my new Excalibur last Saturday and all I can say is that I'm Absolutely thrilled with it and and I cant fault it in any way( not even the Price)
Well done to Joe and his team again.
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Old 27 September 2006, 06:24   #19
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Thanks for the info, have you done any extended cruising on your ribs? I did not think the cabin was that big , thatís an ok size to crash out in a bay. my apologies

Yes we all know leprechauns arenít real thank you. Mind you my comment might be classed as a racial comment these days so I am sorry, before we start going down that route as it was meant as a joke. hence the smiley face .

you have not even had your rib 1week how can you say you have no complaints you have not had time to test it yet tell us after the winter

It would be a really nice rib with twin engines cant wait to see it

is it that hard to give a price? you brought one, how much went out the bank you must know?
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The Price

The price may well be the climax, Ronan may not be allowed to climax early how about you?
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