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Old 22 November 2005, 16:42   #21
Country: USA
Town: San Diego
Make: Zodiac SRMN
Length: 6m +
Engine: Outboard 130hp
Join Date: Nov 2005
Posts: 38
Thanks for the welcome

If you want the boat it is yours but only under the following conditions. Since Iíve worked my way up the rubber boat food chain starting with a Zodiac MKII, a MKIII Futura, and now the SRMN, it only makes sense that I go for the next larger boat. Find me an 11 meter, twin jet drive similar to what the boys use over at SBU Coronado and you can have my SRMN. Oh, did I mention that I donít want something that has been beat up by a bunch of SWCCís. Just joking, the 11 meter is a dream that will may never come true for the rubber boat aficionado. See you out on the bay.


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Old 22 November 2005, 18:47   #22
Country: USA
Boat name: The Boot
Make: Avon SR5.4
Length: 5m +
Engine: Suzuki DF70
Join Date: Aug 2005
Posts: 270

I do push the Nauticus tabs a bit much huh? Lol.... They just work so well. At least for the SR4 I'm convinced they should be installed on all of em. That is my sole mission and purpose on this forum.


Oh I could very easily point you to some 30 foot ribs if thats all I need to do to get your SRMN . There is a dual inboard one on selling for $60K. Its an ex-assault something or other and was used on some movie set. There are 2 Nautica 30'ers on the GSA auction but they are totally beat.
I'm like you, slowly moving up the inflatable boat food chain as well. I started on an Avon 10' dingy, then to an 11' Avon dingy, to an Avon 13' sportrib tender, and now an Avon 13' Searider. I should have gone straight from the 10' dingy to something over 18'

See you out on the water.


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Old 23 November 2005, 20:16   #23
Country: USA
Town: San Diego.California
Boat name: Bayshots
Make: XS-550
Length: 5m +
Engine: Suzuki DF90
Join Date: May 2004
Posts: 877
Hi Craig,
glad to see you on here and welcome.
Hey, we nearly have a San Diego section. I believe that's 3 of us local and boatster up the coast a little.
cheers Dal
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Old 27 November 2005, 04:32   #24
Country: USA
Town: Oakland CA
Length: 3m +
Join Date: Feb 2005
Posts: 6,653
Big RIB's from the west Norte Americano coast?

Try (Canadian, but we're all friends, at least in theory.)

He'll actually build about any size you want (up to about 50ft, I think.) Twin diesel jets? Not a problem.

Mine is pretty much like the one pictured under Neptune 17'6" Aluminum.


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