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Old 01 March 2005, 14:45   #1
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Another classic

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...531463632&rd=1

I am sure that this is another cunning scheme from Atlantic Web!
If you look in the bottom picture closely it looks supiciously like he is controlling the throttle on the tiller!!
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hhmmm, two words...

top

heavy



Oh and wet
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Not much more top heavy than a rib, surely, it'll just rely more on dynamic than static stability (Since it looks quite a lot like a naked rib n'est ce pas?)
Wouldn't image it'd recover too well from a good stuff though.
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I was just thinking it might be quite exciting when you cranked it into a turn at full speed !
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I was just thinking it might be quite exciting when you cranked it into a turn at full speed !
It would be fine, I am sure theres safety kit provided!
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It would be fine, I am sure theres safety kit provided!

Do you think the tux is part of the safety kit?!
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Standard I expect. Must be a new fangled tux with a built in life jacket, and I am sure the vessel is coded
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