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Old 07 October 2002, 08:03   #1
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Orca, captain and first mate

The first mate is shaping up well - with a few more years experience, he'll make a fine captain himself.
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Old 07 October 2002, 08:07   #2
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Old 07 October 2002, 08:08   #3
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Here's a picture showing better how we carry our kids in comfort and safety (when they're sitting down, of course!)
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Old 08 November 2002, 15:16   #4
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ribcraft

hi mike, a fine looking (family rib) brackets . oh no ive gone all keith hart on you just what im looking for what with the ex large jockey seat , i wont be able to afford one this year ,but would you give me a rough guide as of price for just the rib, i will probably be in the market for another rib some time next year now , regards, bryan
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Old 08 November 2002, 15:18   #5
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hi simon, ps sorry i called you mike, bryan
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Old 22 November 2002, 07:59   #6
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Bryan, sorry only just noticed your post - sent you an email.

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Old 25 November 2002, 13:42   #7
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hi simon, thanks for the email ,it was just the thing for me, but a little expensive , i will look for a second hand one sometime next year , cheers , ( by the way it looks like your first mate is having a quick ciggy in the 2nd photo ) regards bryan
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Old 25 November 2002, 16:25   #8
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Bryan

I looked at a ribcraft 4.8 with mariner 50hp 4 stroke a couple of months ago, it was a 98 model and in sound nick although in need of a clean

could have picked it up for 6500 which I think would have been a very good price, but bought the Arimar instead

the ribcraft 4.8 has a superb reputation as a very seaworthy boat for its size
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Old 25 November 2002, 17:34   #9
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Re: Bryan

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the ribcraft 4.8 has a superb reputation as a very seaworthy boat for its size
Couldn't agree with you more - from one whose got one
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thanks lads, its looking more like a ribcraft for us, but not until next year, i think its the extra long jockey seat for me the wife & two kids that appeals to me , just out of interest matiboy , did the one you looked at have one on it ? regards bryan.
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