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Old 22 May 2014, 23:12   #21
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yeah i think the length will handle the chop a bit better at slow speeds, the 285 was wet even at displacement speed in anything over 1foot.

i did consider a 310 rib temporarily while we save money for a proper rib. but dont know if a 310 rib would be any better than the 285 hard floor sib.
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Old 22 May 2014, 23:21   #22
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Floor area is important if you use the boat for diving
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Old 22 May 2014, 23:32   #23
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definitely. its only ever 2 of us, but thats not much room in a 310
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