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Old 01 April 2005, 10:08   #11
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http://www.vtplc.com/halmatic/index.asp

Have a look at some of these ribs - also some amazing looking patrol boats - the wave piercing designs are awesome!!!
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Old 10 April 2005, 05:03   #12
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See also http://www.ocke.se/news/NEWS_IR_RIB/IR_RIB.html

A one-off built, but which could give you some ideas !
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Old 10 April 2005, 08:19   #13
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That rib is a cheat - look how high the tubes are out of the water - they are only there to act as fenders!!!
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Old 10 April 2005, 10:07   #14
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I think this one is a bit of a humdinger.

http://www.naiad.co.nz/Gallery/NaiadExplorer.html

"Licensed for 48 passengers and powered by twin 530hp CATs driving Arneson ASD12s the magnificent craft cruises at 28 knots and peaks out at 35 knots, an excellent achievement for only 53hp/tonnne."
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Old 11 April 2005, 09:31   #15
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Rib Unlimted 36 Charter

The last picture is from Goteborg Sweden, before we head home to Norway, the other pictures is from your home port Hustadvika in Norway!

Fjordrafting from Trondheim stopped at Hustadvika for a good night sleep, before he headed home to Trondheim the next day.

The yellow boat on the picture is a small Revenger 29

The black ones is Rib Unlimeted 36 Charter, with twin Yanmars 315, bravo one Xr drives with I.T.S system, ullman jockey seats for pilot and navigator..................!!!!!
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Old 11 April 2005, 09:36   #16
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http://www.ragingthunder.com.au/reefrafting.asp

Already posted this but maybe should have put it in this section as some of you may have missed it...........
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Old 05 May 2005, 07:48   #17
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More Pictures of BIG RIBS

Received this email from SEArafting:

Hei,
Sender bilde av vår Rib 36 charter med Ullman Jockey Seat for pilot og navigatør.

In conditions like this, its good to have the best seats in the world -
Ullman Jockey Seats

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Old 05 May 2005, 10:50   #18
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Received this email from SEArafting:

Hei,
Sender bilde av vår Rib 36 charter med Ullman Jockey Seat for pilot og navigatør.

In conditions like this, its good to have the best seats in the world -
Ullman Jockey Seats

(The attached pictures were from www.scanout.com)

Really amazing pictures. Yeah, that's what I meant.
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Old 05 May 2005, 14:38   #19
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Received this email from SEArafting:

Hei,
Sender bilde av vår Rib 36 charter med Ullman Jockey Seat for pilot og navigatør.

In conditions like this, its good to have the best seats in the world -
Ullman Jockey Seats

(The attached pictures were from www.scanout.com)
Think they need some pax to keep the bow down!!!
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Old 05 May 2005, 16:10   #20
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Think they need some pax to keep the bow down!!!
Maybe they had some before the bow went up!
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