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Old 04 March 2007, 08:31   #11
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Why is it I make a simple mistake in identifying the logo on the side of that RIB and I get nothing but abuse???
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Old 04 March 2007, 08:45   #12
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You think this is abuse?
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he's a Ribnet post 'bot', programmed to annoy punters and provoke a response
Nah, try the "dodgy petrol" thread for some real abuse!

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If I think your a F***wit.
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Old 04 March 2007, 08:57   #13
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You think this is abuse?

Nah, try the "dodgy petrol" thread for some real abuse!
You do have a point - then again I wouldn't really expect any more from such people.
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Old 06 March 2007, 07:01   #14
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If whiteshark are making RIBs people better look out - they are great boats.
Yes - Kelt, the makers of White Shark, are making RIBS branded as Sea Hawk. I posted a picture of one from the London Boat Show. They look awesome - with prices to match!
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Looking at the logo it seems it IS a Whiteshark then!!!

http://www.annoncesbateau.com/displa...annonce=190222
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Spotted Model

This boat is not a Withe Shark but a SEA HAWK 285 recently built by Kelt.
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This boat is not a Withe Shark but a SEA HAWK 285 recently built by Kelt.
Same builders!!!
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Old 09 March 2007, 04:32   #18
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Sea Hawk trial

Some where in southern Brittany ...
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The Seahawk that I clambered all over at the LBS had a small cabin in the console (going forward under the foredeck - I think there was a small bed in there with very limited headroom).

The helm bench contained a small cooker and sink and up front there was a bow seating area with a removable table. Also a fresh water shower. So, you could easily overnight in it for a day or two if you could fit in the cabin!

The two D-ring bumpers on the bow allow you to push against a harbour wall or pontoon without fear of scratching the tubes.

White Sharks are great sea boats and i'm sure this is no exception. It's a bit of a porker though.

Incidentally - the boat only price was 44,750 inc VAT
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