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Old 14 April 2005, 08:23   #51
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Great stuff! Do you need a list of people who are up for it? You can count us in!
I've added you to the list on ribsters.

http://ribsters.proboards22.com/inde...num=1112026290

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Old 11 May 2005, 17:22   #52
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Just read through the very long thread on ribsters about this.....

Is there anyway people with smaller RIBs could get involved; there are loads of sub-fivers on here, and if some sort of "weighting" system was used to give people a more level playing field it could work quite well.
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Old 20 May 2005, 10:09   #53
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this thread is very long and to save me reading it , has there been any plans for any rib racing yet?
We all like a challenge , !!!!
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Old 21 May 2005, 05:20   #54
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The only thing for RIBs your size at the moment would be Poker runs, although there is a minimum speed, not sure what that is, but have a look at the one Drivers Wharf are doing, the details are on Boatmad.com. The only RYA RIB racing is for 200hp boats, and it would have to be longer than yours as well!


Sorry not to give you more positive news, but Poker runs are a great way of seeing a wide variety of boats in a non competitive atmosphere.
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ok might be worth a look soon
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