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Old 15 February 2005, 10:08   #31
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saying that my last med style white rib never broke down once
it was well crap over any chop

any way who cares what colour it is as long as it works fine all the time when needed

but seariders do last a long time and take a lot of use and still look good when your floating passed on a sunday morning

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Old 15 February 2005, 10:52   #32
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Of course, I agree with.......

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Meme i think what Tuber was trying to say is that those med type fancy boats with pin stripes and picnic tables look great on your med holiday catologue but are very little use to man or beast in a rescue situation, though had i been hanging onto that rope i'd have been just as pleased to have seen you coming as anyone else, Seariders were designed and built primarily as rescue and support boats and fulfill the role very well indeed, though it does raise a debate about whether or not one wants a roughty toughty rescue boat or a nice comfy boat suitable for family outings.
........every word. And - come on you know I'm only joshin'
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Old 15 February 2005, 10:55   #33
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Yep - agree with you........

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Come on MeMe, PT has a point it is all about perception, if your boat was a fighter it gives the impression of being able to give a really mean Chinese burn or perhaps it could scratch your eyes out , but a Sea Rider would rip your head off then shag you while drinking a pint of very strong beer.
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....as well. However, as you've mentioned "Chinese", I don;t know about you, but every time I see a China-man, I always think twice about having a go. They may be little spindley looking things - but hey - look at Bruce Lee. Get my drift ?
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Old 15 February 2005, 10:57   #34
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Lol.....

[QUOTE=prairie tuber] LOL, not sure if I qualify, but nonetheless, Just let me know what colour polo shirt and sandals to bring QUOTE]
......Striped of course - oh and Musto
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Old 15 February 2005, 11:29   #35
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....as well. However, as you've mentioned "Chinese", I don;t know about you, but every time I see a China-man, I always think twice about having a go. They may be little spindley looking things - but hey - look at Bruce Lee. Get my drift ?
I take your point, the last person to beat me up was cunning enough to be Chinese and was a least a foot smaller than me. But he was 10 and I was 9 so he had age and experience on his side

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Old 15 February 2005, 14:26   #36
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as you lot love sea riders so much i a managed to recover the pics from the wet camera for all to sea

it seems sd card are waterproof

i seemed to have got the lot

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Old 15 February 2005, 16:25   #37
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Hi Dan,

Maybe show the card to Navman?

My searider is true blood British bulldog. A bit scraggy round the edges, agreed, bet its ripped a few heads off in its time. But it is house trained -namely no leaks.

Catch you later.
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Old 15 February 2005, 17:21   #38
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ive just sprayed wd40 into the camera fingers crossed

any way i think bethany as come to terms with the dunking she got

she as completed this drawing

i like the bit me ha were she fell in

she may now go out when its warmer but she still wants to go faster than i can and asked will any be with us with a faster boat. when we went to levington she spent the day on wayne rogers vailant PT520 with 90 hp
dads boats to slow
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awww how sweet.....I see it will be known from this point on as "the day of THE accident"

glad to see the result was a happy one


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Old 16 February 2005, 04:30   #40
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To Bethany,

Fantastic picture. Well done.
I can offer you a ride in Okada which is the boat that rescued you and dad.
It goes quite fast and is a bit bigger than dads.
If you feel upto it maybe even take the wheel and show dad how its done and that it is not difficult to drive a boat.

What do think.
Let me know.
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