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Old 21 September 2007, 17:51   #11
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While we're looking at things that aren't RIBs, here's one for Codders. The Nordhaven 43 - yours for just a few quid more that 2 Scorpion cabin RIBs!

The cockpit of the Hydrolift. Just because I liked it (but don't let them know over on the dark side)
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A rather smart Avon tender. Keeping up with Williams perhaps?

That Uni-Cat thing again. Sorry. Note the ubiquitous Maccy Dee in the background!
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The Yellowfin VSD. I had a chat with the Yellowfin people and they are extremely upbeat about the progress of this new drive system. Apparently they will be releasing pricing details in the next couple of weeks and will be taking pre-orders for the first production units to be built early next year.

A tidy little Callegari RIB from ADEC

Looks like RIB Shack Marine only open at the weekends!
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Budget price Lamberti RIBs in a variety of sizes
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And finally, in the far far corner of the site (clue, keep going until you absolutely can't go any further) lurks the new Bananashark in all its glory!
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Thanks for posting the pictures John. its good to see what goes on across the water...
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Yes some great pics - the Bananashark looks great but a bit hard to tell from that angle.

That strange unicat thing reminds me of some home made boats I saw on the river in Brecon when I was a kid - they were made from 2 aircraft drop tanks lashed together.

Thanks for the Nordhavn piccy - a real little ship even though its only 43' - even at that size they go around the world - a similar size Princess only has a range of 300 miles - versus 3,500!!!
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That strange unicat thing reminds me of some home made boats I saw on the river in Brecon when I was a kid - they were made from 2 aircraft drop tanks lashed together.
I did hear someone say it was 6000 , is that right?
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Thanks for view on show

Hi John,
COuld not get there this year.
I see a show on in Earls Court in Dec.
Not sure about this show as it is in competition to Excel I believe.

I like the Big boat the Nord something or other, how much is it

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http://www.nordhavn.com/

Thats one of the smaller Nordhavns!!!
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