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Old 22 October 2008, 03:00   #1
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Ballistic RIBs chart plotters

Originally Posted by suzanne View Post
The Ballistic RIB 6.5m Though smaller than the 7.8 model, this RIB does not fail to impress when it comes to speed and safety. The Ballistic 6.5m is easy to store and ideal for families who wish to gear up for a variety of water activities. Its exceptional
handling characteristics and design is the same as the Ballistic 7.8 m and with its high performance deep V hull, this model is sure to provide you with hours of pleasure.
Why do Ballistic put such tiny chartplotters on their ribs?

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Old 22 October 2008, 10:46   #2
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The ones on the 7.8 on their website appear to be the mid-size Lowrance plotters.

Kind of low end for a good size RIB (It's the same size as I've got on my approx 6m, but that's due to cost constraints more than anything...)

I'd guess you could specify the equipment you wanted.


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Old 26 October 2008, 20:49   #3
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Originally Posted by Tony View Post
Why do Ballistic put such tiny chartplotters on their ribs?
EeeeZeee pee Zeee.....

'cos it's a tick in the box

Oh I wish RIVA was still here to respond!
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