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Old 16 August 2011, 09:48   #1
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Hello to a different world:the RIB world

As I'm a new member I want to say hello and introduce myself,

I'm a 10th grade student in Turkey/Ankara and I study in a francophone high school.It's a difficult school where students learn french and english . I'm passioned about sea and all boats,yachts,catamarans,sailboats and especially RIBs.I'm interested in all vehicles and subjects related to the sea,it's a passion. I want to design those RIBs or yachts as an engineer and designer so I want to be a naval architect and one of my dreams is to engineer and design a RIB or yacht which will be treated as an invention in the future and the invention can be related to speed,gas,engine or hull shape.

This is a good forum to learn more about RIB, so hello again.
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Old 17 August 2011, 04:56   #2
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Merhaba , and welcome to RibNET

Your English is very good ! Better than many of our " local " posters .

Do you plan to study further in Turkey or abroad ?
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Old 17 August 2011, 06:27   #3
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Merhaba!
Thank you ,I'm glad to hear this from a RIB owner in England.

And about my studies:I want to be a naval architect(even if they say it's a heavy engineering program for a girl), I have two choices
-I can study in ITU in İstanbul and then I can have my master degree a foreign country.
or
-I can study in a collage in US(maybe MIT) or Europe(UK,France or Italy).

Well ,I haven't decided yet because it's a big decision of language and market opportunities that's why I try to get advices in boat forums.
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Old 17 August 2011, 06:54   #4
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Can I suggest that you post some pictures of your BAT boat ? I'm sure you will start up some conversations with the racing fraternity on here .
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Old 19 August 2011, 01:48   #5
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Hi and Welcome!

What on earth are all those gauges and dials for on the console? How can you read/understand them all!?
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Old 19 August 2011, 06:51   #7
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What on earth are all those gauges and dials for on the console? How can you read/understand them all!?

Well not all but ,I'm trying to learn.
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What on earth are all those gauges and dials for on the console? How can you read/understand them all!?
Three engines three sets of instruments.
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Old 20 August 2011, 05:53   #9
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You can take a look a those websites:

BAT - RIGID INFLATABLE BOATS

Pordo Selene

The second website:the language is Turkish but there are pictures of our boat.
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That has to be the busiest console ever!
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