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Old 04 November 2014, 06:22   #11
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Soz spelt your name wrong and thanks again , and I will enjoy !
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Old 04 November 2014, 06:24   #12
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I think the thing that annoyed me more were the comment whoops purportedly from someone from RYA and a sailing establishment very helpful I hope that he deals with colleges the same !!!
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Old 04 November 2014, 07:42   #13
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To be fair to ashbypower I think he was referring to your post title being used as the text box - where you ran out of characters so the title wasn't too clear.

However that said I would imagine that boat is something not too well known on here, but looks to be fun! Enjoy it.
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Old 04 November 2014, 07:50   #14
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Hi , I just was asking for some constructive answers , my condolences and whoops aren't helpful.
Hi Leonard - welcome to RIBnet. I can't see where you asked a question in your original post. In fact, you posted a similar thread elsewhere on the forum and didn't ask anything there either. I think ashbypower's "whoops" comment MAY have been in reference to this, not what you bought.

Do you want to get the general opinion of the forum members in regard to your recent purchase or do you have a specific query? If the first, then tonymac has answered as best he can - he's a little special. The other guys seem to like it, so be happy. I'll withhold my opinion until you reveal what it is you want to know. If you want a general opinion then you will get a more focused response if you tell people what you want to use it for, and possibly what your previous experience is (as it can be a factor in formulating a reply)

Lee and Bartiny have been a bit unhappy with RIBNet lately. Luckily they've managed to bear it enough to stick around on a daily basis and Lee certainly is getting value out of his "Look at my new SuperRIB" thread - so he must like us just a teeny bit
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Old 04 November 2014, 08:06   #15
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To be fair to ashbypower I think he was referring to your post title being used as the text box - where you ran out of characters so the title wasn't too clear.
Correct where did I say "Whoops poor choice" or the like?? No where!!
Comment was purely on the error in using the title ...
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Leonard, it's not clear from your original message whether you were asking a question. Is there something we might be able to help with?
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Old 04 November 2014, 08:39   #17
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Soz I'm obviously new on here , this rib is South Africa I didn't know to much about it apart from its a Ute so can be used for a variety of uses , haven't had time to put it on the water yet I I was looking for launch sites close to Telford , I've just changed from a Zodiac , just wondered if any one had one seen one in use , just to come up to speed I'm taking the RYA 2 course in a few weeks to bring myself up to speed , soz for being vague just a newbe
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Hi soz newbe !!! I just wanted to know if any one else had one, seen one on the water it comes from
South Africa and seems to have a very good reputation there , it's a utility so wake board towing , fishing , I've just changed from a zodiac , I'm doing the RYA course in the next week to bring myself up to speed ex boot neck . It was just a general query and would any one have an launch sites close to Telford that I can launch from , I'm sorry if I've raised I few hackles , whoops isn't an explanation .
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Soz , just wanted to know if anyone else had one or seen one , ex boot neck , I've not had time to try it out yet looking for a launch site close to Telford . Thanks
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Apologies for repeated msg , to much salt water in my early life !
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