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Old 26 October 2009, 15:47   #31
Country: UK - England
Town: Leeds
Boat name: Bam Bam
Make: Zodiac YL-380-DL
Length: 3m +
Engine: Outboard, petrol, 40
Join Date: Jul 2009
Posts: 271
Almost Ribbing porn level. Quite safe with a few capable boats driven with experience and its great to hear and see ( in the pics) a big heavy boat like Avocets come all the way out of the water.

I just keep telling myself it always looks calmer in videos & pictures ! [/QUOTE]

My boat wants to be as big as Avocets, but until they build a compressor big enough to strech the toobs all the way from from 3.8 meters to infinity I'm well goosed.

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Old 26 October 2009, 17:08   #32
Country: UK - Wales
Town: N Wales Chester
Boat name: Mr Smith
Make: Humber
Length: 6m +
Join Date: Feb 2009
Posts: 4,955
Originally Posted by J S View Post
Why would you want to do that, when you have access to some awesome waters gorgeous scenery that isnt full of traffic . I think you need a smaller rib tender and give up rowing lol

Very true, debated coming down sat for the Parker trip, just too far really. Hope you enjoy js. If you ever fancy a run out with me, just pm

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