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Old 10 February 2013, 18:35   #11
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Spartacus,

dude, that is one of the first tunes i would play on my new boat.
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Old 10 February 2013, 18:38   #12
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Because the best solution to any problem always costs a lot
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Old 10 February 2013, 18:44   #13
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Good, fast and cheap......

Having two of those three is simple....all three together....impossible...
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Old 10 February 2013, 18:47   #14
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Good, fast and cheap......

Having two of those three is simple....all three together....impossible...
What about a Searider?
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Old 11 February 2013, 12:13   #15
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Good, fast and cheap......

Having two of those three is simple....all three together....impossible...
Are we still talking about RIB's?


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Old 11 February 2013, 14:57   #16
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small market luxury item. they cost more to make and they can charge a lot because it's a luxury item.
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Buy a 28 ft f/g hard boat. Buy a 28 ft inflatable boat. Bolt the inflatable to the hard boat. You've just built a RIB... two boats in one, twice the price. A 28 rib is huge, 24 would probably be plenty.
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Old 13 February 2013, 07:33   #18
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S04,

I'm looking at the 28 this weekend, but yes, it does appear to be pretty big. A 24 might do, but finding one will be quite the challenge.
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"A 24 might do, but finding one will be quite the challenge."

If you ever get to the East Coast I have one I can show you that fits your description.

good luck with the search!
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Anything that fly's, fk's or goes through water is expensive.
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