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Old 03 August 2005, 08:10   #51
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I have PM'd you with the e-mail address of Brian from the IOM
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Old 03 August 2005, 11:09   #52
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Thanks Dave, I will send him the remaining photos tonight.
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Old 03 August 2005, 13:51   #53
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Ribraid

11m redbay snapped at 40 knots not bad for 6 ton of boat
Andys 11m Awsome Explorer, an extremelly well fitted out boat another 11m version

Also pictured a 7.4 Redbay being used as a fender

And of course the lady who drives this event on Gail
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Old 03 August 2005, 13:56   #54
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Lemon Twist a fine Scorpion, Donaghadee Harbour, A Pulsar rib,
parking in Scotland and an exceptionally quick Humber
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Old 03 August 2005, 14:01   #55
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Youth of Ulster, Bangors Atlantic 75 Lifeboat, a twin Verado powered cabin Ribtec,

and some of the smokers who made the run to Scotland, as well as 4m Avon Seariders and Zapcats
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Old 03 August 2005, 14:22   #56
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Can you see the display on a Raymarine C130 at speed?
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Old 04 August 2005, 17:35   #57
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Pier 36 s Redbay
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Old 05 August 2005, 06:18   #58
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Gavin, the photos are amazing! Real eye candy.
Has anyone got any photos of the portpatrick lifeboat and the piper?
I.O.M team are having a trip to Portaferry this weekend for more Feckin' Whiskey! Some people can just not get enough!
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Some of the Irish Dancers who preformed for us in Nelsons bar, and some Scottish pipers who played fro the crowds in Portpatrick
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Old 12 August 2005, 17:42   #60
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sukin diesel thanks for the offer but we were already away. We did come out to meet you though...Red Fox and Concorde. We set off from Port Logan and intercepted your line five miles off Portpatrick. We saw the armada approaching from Ireland and thought we had better get up to speed...but before long we were overtaken by the first runners...wow what a speed they were shifting at! And then their wake was spotted and we were in it...gulp...but then the fear was overtaken by the adrenalin rush of riding the waves thrown up...a five mile roller coaster all the way to Portpatrick...what a blast. You couldn't wipe the smile off for a week! Next year we may get over early morning to come back all the way. Fantastic fun and recommended to anyone who likes a blast. Here is a shot from the shore and the two of our small ribs.
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