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Old 09 May 2010, 17:15   #11
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Ay downt fink sow
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wen knott yett gott hir seerider bakk ther waz wakks orl ova de ull

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Old 09 May 2010, 17:18   #12
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Here - it's waaaaay past your bedtime lad. You're a proper handfull when you've had too much fizzy pop down the pubb of a Sunday!

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Old 09 May 2010, 17:24   #13
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Here - it's waaaaay past your bedtime lad.
yor ownly saiyin dat cus yew wont too woch pawn onn de fkin pooter

iym staiyin upp too woch de futter an ifn yew downt shutt upp iyl tel muvver wot yew woz doin wiv de cleenin laydee

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Old 09 May 2010, 17:36   #14
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just curious post. I saw a snazzy Coastline 8.5 rib for sale on the web today. I don't know ths company. Are they any good? Seaworthy? Any warts?
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I had a good look over the Coastline 8.5 at Ribex, with the lad who was demonstrating them and who apparently does the installation work. Head in all the hatches etc and I have to say I was very impressed. Seemed very well built.
This one had twin Suzi 250's and apparently is the first one they have built. Is it possible that this is the one for sale? Where did you see it?
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Coastline 8.5m

I went to see the setup at Coastline Ribs last week and went out on the 8.5m that was at Ribex I also went out on the 7m. The 8.5m is a customerís boat, they use it for demo's etc, it was the first 8.5m they have built, and Number 2 is in the mould at the moment. I have taken out Scorpions, Parkers, Ribtecs, Avonís and I own a Ribcraft at the moment, so I have felt how a few different hulls handle. It was really messy in the Solent, but I think the 8.5 Coastline is one of the most impressive boats I have been out in for a long while! With 500hp on tap it really preformed, but she still felt very composed in the rough. The 7m was also a fantastic ride, very soft on entry with a 24 degree dead rise. Great RIB's with a bright future I think.
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i have a coastline 7m, had a 6 before, i really like the boats. both mine have stern drives rather than o/b's, but my mate has a 6.5 with o/b and he loves his boat too.

the 8.5 with twin 250's on it is the new wider beam boat.

they have 3 width models the standard width is up to 7m, the mid width is 7-8.5 and then the wide is 8.5-10 m.
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