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Old 09 November 2008, 17:36   #21
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after someone managed to damage the tube

Bogi
ops sorry...
J don't understand what tube????
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Old 10 November 2008, 08:03   #22
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the rules in the lake are clear!!!!
20 kn in the day and 5 in the night for all the world...
j don't now if the foreigners have different conditions...
PS: in the film the speed of my rib is near 20 kn... ok?
You was in Italy with your Rib?

Was at the lake from 10th august till 23rd august and at that point still with my SIB.
My SIB was not that well on the lake with the waves being a bit to much to really speed it up.... One of the reasons for me to definataly go for a RIB.
But none of the boats speeding over there were doing a maximum of 20knts, a lot were going much much faster every day. That's exactly what I liked so much about the lake!
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Old 10 November 2008, 16:22   #23
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This is a page of the book for the ship's Italian license
and these are the rules to be respected in Garda lake
If people do not respect does not mean that there aren't rules...
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Lake Garda is a stunningly beautiful place. Wind really blows strong in the north around Riva Del Garda/Torbole. You can hire RIBs to play with in Limone.
Need to go back again, fantastic place. 100m deep wall dive off the marina in Riva Del Garda. Maybe next year. :-)
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Old 10 November 2008, 21:06   #25
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This is a page of the book for the ship's Italian license
and these are the rules to be respected in Garda lake
If people do not respect does not mean that there aren't rules...
Rules were made to be broken!!!
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Old 11 November 2008, 16:30   #26
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Lake Garda is a stunningly beautiful place. Wind really blows strong in the north around Riva Del Garda/Torbole. You can hire RIBs to play with in Limone.
Need to go back again, fantastic place. 100m deep wall dive off the marina in Riva Del Garda. Maybe next year. :-)
ok now we speak only about rules or speed...
j have some photos of Limone...
it's very nice for me stay in this forum and is a pleasure for me to share with you these things, I like knowing that I am communicating with people so far with my passion THE RIB

look at this photo of "LIMONE del GARDA"
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Naughty naughty - 23.5kts - but don't worry I now nothing!!!

Very nice pictures - really beautiful.

A mate of mine was at Lake Garda a few weeks ago - he wanted to hire a boat but apparently you need some sort of licence - is that right?
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As far as I understood you can hire a RIB or other sportsboat with a maximum of 40hp without any kind of license.
But when you want more, you'll need your international boatlicense, if I call it correctly now.....
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Old 12 November 2008, 07:16   #30
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Naughty naughty - 23.5kts - but don't worry I now nothing!!! Very nice pictures - really beautiful.
you are terrible....
anyway thanks for the compliment


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A mate of mine was at Lake Garda a few weeks ago - he wanted to hire a boat but apparently you need some sort of licence - is that right?

NOT 'THE NEED BOATING LICENSE
To operate any vessel (ie units of length not exceeding 24 meters) if the power
up to the main engine of the vessel does not exceed 25 Kilowatt (40.8 hp) and if it is within 6 miles
from the coast.
In practice this means that you can lead a RIBt with an engine on the 40 cv or a sailboat,
giant also provided less than 24 meters and featuring a small auxiliary engine.
But remaining within 6 miles from the coast

You ALWAYS NECESSARY BOATING LICENSE:
when boat is equipped with an engine with power
up to more than 25 Kilowatt, 40HP
When practicing water-skiing or similar activity, even if the engine has a power ridiculous.
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