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Old 08 July 2010, 16:13   #1
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Country: UK - England
Town: London, boat Dartmouth
Boat name: Lark
Make: Capelli Cap 32 WA
Length: 10m +
Engine: Yamaha 250x2
MMSI: 235096621
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Tender advice required

Hi there I have a 6m Tohatsu rib with a 150 opti on it but I now need to buy a small tender to get to a swinging mooring on the river Dart and for general estuary use. I have a 4hp 2S mariner which is currently used as an auxiliary which will power the new beast!.

The tender will be stored upright in a dinghy rack on the pontoon so it needs to be <3m. Also I don't want to be lifting out too much weight so < 45 kgs excluding engine would suit. I would often need to carry 4 adults.

I have seen a small Ribeye which has an ali hull which I quite like the look of but I was wondering if any of you guys can advise me of other manufacturers to look at.

I am trying to get away from blow up keels or flat bottoms, a Rib is what I'm after.

Thanks Richard
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