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Old 12 October 2000, 13:00   #1
Country: UK - Northern Ireland
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The bit brave man scares me?? What do you no John.
Installing 300 yanmar in a Redbay Stormforce 8.75m will be using it generally for crusing, trying to organise a rib cruise from N Ireland to the Channel Islands. Organised a rib cruise around Ireland last year and it went very well lifted 10000.oo for the lifeboat on route, still it worries me when you say brave man, come on John spill the beans. please

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Old 12 October 2000, 14:44   #2
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it worries me when you say brave man
Perhaps I'm just being a pessimist, but I've no idea whether the Bravo One will be any better with the Yanmar 300 than the Bravo Three has been. That's why I'm interested to see how you get on!

Let us know about any cruises that you plan for next year, and I'll add them to the events calendar. If you're going to Alderney you'll find Roland at Mainbrayce very helpful.


John Kennett

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