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Old 30 March 2007, 14:46   #1
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Old 30 March 2007, 16:39   #2
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Marcin more awesome pics

out of curiosity did you have passengers on the Rib in picture 3?
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out of curiosity did you have passengers on the Rib in picture 3?
just before - maybe

just after - maybe not
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Great shots. Isn't that a WOPR Parker 510 behind your rib in the first picture
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Old 31 March 2007, 07:25   #5
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This picture's before picture 3
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So that's why the passengers sit at the front - to stop the crew getting wet!!!

Reminds me a bit of the photos I have seen of Shaun Whites RIBs in action off St Davids - there was one photo where the RIB was completely full of white water - the passengers were all sitting on the tubes and they were knee deep - not a problem on his boats though - no transoms!!!

How do you get rid of the water - bilge pumps or trunks or both???
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How do you get rid of the water - bilge pumps or trunks or both???
As dramatic as it looks surely very little water actually lands in the boat !
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So that's why the passengers sit at the front - to stop the crew getting wet!!!

Reminds me a bit of the photos I have seen of Shaun Whites RIBs in action off St Davids - there was one photo where the RIB was completely full of white water - the passengers were all sitting on the tubes and they were knee deep - not a problem on his boats though - no transoms!!!

How do you get rid of the water - bilge pumps or trunks or both???
from the deck via trunks only
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