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Old 07 October 2016, 05:56   #231
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It's a lot of dosh for a Parsnip and a foldy-up-Fribby-thing.
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Old 07 October 2016, 06:12   #232
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It's a lot of dosh for a Parsnip and a foldy-up-Fribby-thing.

It's never been used though😉


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Philpot's no different to a lot of others who have come on here after getting a new toy, and raving about it. Then not having enough time to play with it, consigned it to the garage.
How many Aerotecs are now gathering dust after all the hype on here? At least he's trying to sell the F-rib on.
To paraphrase Fenlander, you buy, you try and you move on.

As an aside, I've owned both a Bombard and an F-rib, and if I had to buy another boat, personally out of the two of them, it wouldn't be the Aerotec.
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Old 08 October 2016, 09:38   #234
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Philpot's no different to a lot of others who have come on here after getting a new toy, and raving about it. Then not having enough time to play with it, consigned it to the garage.
How many Aerotecs are now gathering dust after all the hype on here? At least he's trying to sell the F-rib on.
To paraphrase Fenlander, you buy, you try and you move on.

As an aside, I've owned both a Bombard and an F-rib, and if I had to buy another boat, personally out of the two of them, it wouldn't be the Aerotec.
Do you still have the FRIB or Aerotec?

Why did each not work out for you?
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I've kept the F-rib, and sold the Aerotec. They both worked for me, but a hard bottomed boat that I can fit in my van was always going to win the day.
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