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Old 30 April 2006, 16:18   #1
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Sportsboat and RIB show

A few pics of the Southampton Sports Boat and Rib show. Met Jon Brookes (really great chap) and Steve (pressman) (hope youll demo me your Rib tomorrow ) at the show. A few other faces I've forgotten thanks to the free bar....
1: Boatcare UK (daveh)
2: Pressman
3: Pressman
4: RNLI
5: RNLI
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Old 30 April 2006, 16:20   #2
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A Fourwings 205....quite fancy one of these now!!
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Old 30 April 2006, 17:27   #3
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Some more, had a good day out there, kids had a free 20minute lesson with the RYA in a small Ribcraft very good instructor.
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Old 30 April 2006, 17:46   #4
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Anybody else going tomorrow?
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Old 01 May 2006, 13:18   #5
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Was there today.

Very quiet i thought?? hope to have some pics later today.
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Jet ski show was pretty good!

Reckon the seats might make you rise an octive if you landed badly though!

New race team for 2006???
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Monday was dead. Yesterday was busier was still whey down on what they said it would be (was supposed to be 25000 each day - 800 on the first day). Today wasn't too bad, and once the sun came out it was actually not a bad day. I'll post some more picies later....
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Reckon the seats might make you rise an octive if you landed badly though!
Not to mention cleave off a limb if you happen to be sat in the back bench seat and the boat gets stuffed into a wave

They look well dangerous...
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Tim sorry we didn't get you out we ended up doing more runs than anticipated

My wife had a run out with Shelley in her race boat it was a big grin trip
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Went today and found it as quiet and not too enthralling again this year.

No one seemed to want to talk to you as too busy eating/drinking/chatting to colleagues. Lucky enough to have free -ish tickets but still not a patch on RibEx... still wouldn't pay for it. Feel it needs some serious work to encourage attendance from traders and buyers alike.

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