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Old 02 May 2008, 03:55   #11
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Looks really cool. I bet it would look good in black! Have you got any pics of the inside?
I am hoping that Chris will post some today
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the inside

Here are a few shots i found of the console and the inside:
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The helm looks brilliant - chartplotter in a perfect position.

I have to say though the anchor locker looks terrible - it may be just the photo but the woodwork looks really bad - the woodwork on the sides is stunning - they should match or at least paint the anchor locker!!!

I have to point this out as the rest of the boat looks very well made!!!
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space. How about a walkaroud design next - a bit like a luxury Botnia Targa???
what you mean like the Parker 900 and 1000 Baltic that are already available!
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what you mean like the Parker 900 and 1000 Baltic that are already available!

No - they are lovely boats - Nauti Boy was awesome - but imagine something like a Botnia Targa with tubes!!!

Or the bigger protector RIBs.
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No - they are lovely boats - Nauti Boy was awesome -
Nauti was open decked though...
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but imagine something like a Botnia Targa with tubes!!!

Or the bigger protector RIBs.
I was - like these:





perhaps not quite as walk around as you were imagining - but that would presumably mean either much wider boat (new hull/design/mould) that would be troublesome to tow on the road or much narrower wheelhouse which would be a compromise on space - however I am sure if you offer to write Andre a suitable sized cheque he would come up with something to suit.
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i like it, looks very nice, can i have a go lol
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cabin to the edge

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They say that after an 8.4m Redbay the 11m cabin is the next choice.
Clearly there are some other interesting propositions. for the future of course.

There is a real advantage (other than internal cabin space) by having the cabin coming to the tubes. It allows the tubes to be attached in two palces often close to 150 degrees apart. This gives extreme tube retention, compared to a single flange attachment.
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