Originally Posted by John Kennett
Your posts don't come across as being that neutral. Maybe something is getting lost in translation.
Who would they be? Anyone you don't agree with?
I'd love to hear you describe a boat you actually dislike!
Yet you're still here, picking fights...
Well at least you said "that neutral" lol. Agreed, the written word can often be taken in a different way than meant. I am very pleased with the Honwave T38, That's the only one of the Honwaves that suits my needs. I'd recommend anyone trying one. Again, it all comes down to personal choice and requirement. Although the Honwave build is good, a T32 or a T35/40 wouldn't suit my needs.
Who would they be.... No, not anyone "I Don't agree with"
Now that could be taken in two ways, As previously said, the written word can sometimes "get lost in translation" but i'll answer how I read it.
I don't tend to disagree with anyone's opinion, I like variables on all subjects. That's what discussions are for isn't it ?
Everyone has a right to express there opinions surely?
Is there such a boat that I dislike?
I don't think so, I think getting out on the water is marvellous, whatever craft you may be in. Hopefully its a craft that suits your personal needs.
Still here picking fights ?
Am I picking a fight ?
I don't think so... Just merely expressing my opinions of boats I have trialled or encountered. Again, users opinion is a review is it not ?
I'm delighted to hear you've overcome your flooding issues over the transom. I know a few folk that are still having the same issues even after adjusting their motor height.
Hopefully they'll be as successful as you.
Your quoting of the member from F-RibsAndSibs.Com , Yup.. I myself was delighted to see a user of both boats write a review, it's something that's been asked for on several occasions.
Thankyou very much for highlighting my Signature on the "quote", I quite like that, it gives it that extra level of sentiment. ThankYou
Overall chaps, I think the thread has raised some very valid points, which I'm sure have been to some help of the OP. Surely that's what the threads are for ?