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Old 08 November 2013, 15:16   #1
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Monte Carlo or bust

We're doing London to monte Carlos next Callum, fancy entering a Redbay, it should be good fun
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Old 08 November 2013, 15:28   #2
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Can you have a word with RB HQ as this London to Monte Carlos sounds good Willk, Charles, Tom, Conner & Myself sounds good !!!!

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Old 08 November 2013, 15:36   #3
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Monte Carlos sounds good
Dunno. You started a willy waving competition with those English blokes and now they've invited you to France for the weekend...

I think I'm busy those dates
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Old 08 November 2013, 15:58   #4
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We will be over in December and are havin a wee trip to Rathin if ur up for it this year the bro is good to Goo !!! Any of the rib net boys are welcome for a wee trip just to see How a redbay can piss over them boys down south!!!

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Old 08 November 2013, 16:23   #5
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Not going to bite Callum, whatever you're doing now in a boat some of us guys down south did over a decade ago, I'm not hearing nothing that I haven't heard a hundred times before, I'm still hear and still have a sense of humour, it seems you have as well
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sat 7th December

Biffer life is too short !!!
Twenty + years ago we where droppin off the side of a humber 5mtr RIB this is how we came to Meet Tom M & Mike Armitige of Osprey RIBs on Rathlin racing RIBs like no there was no tomorrow!!! All I can say if any RIB.NET member is up for a run to Rathlin Island, U would be more than welcome JUST drop me or REDBAY a PM or E-mail (Cushendall the sat 7th December) !!!
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Which boat are you in Biffer? Not that old wooden thing again?
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Old 09 November 2013, 05:18   #8
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Yep same old girl. Chris's plan is to bring her back and let me and a team loose on her. He wants new decks and put back to race trim. This is her now in France. Mechanically she's ok. Fuel and range is my biggest problem
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Has anyone let "Simcal" know? I'd hate for him to miss out on this great opportunity...:-D
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Yep same old girl. Chris's plan is to bring her back and let me and a team loose on her. He wants new decks and put back to race trim. This is her now in France. Mechanically she's ok. Fuel and range is my biggest problem
It will be possible to refuel any where you like on any leg so you don't have to fuel the boat for the longest leg in one unless you want to.
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