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Old 09 August 2014, 12:27   #1
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Bargain!

BRAND NEW Seapro 520 Divemaster 5.2m RIB 18ft dive sport boat ski speed for sale | eBay

Saw this is anyone is interested
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Old 09 August 2014, 12:52   #2
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Aye, it'll make a cracking rescue boat Sort of disposable like, use it once hit a road sign/shop front/rock/fly/wasp, bin it buy another.(if it doesn't fall apart first) Try Bill Higham

Ooops! just realised, it IS Bill Higham, even better
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Old 09 August 2014, 12:53   #3
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Haha I don't crash into things that often ill let you know
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Old 09 August 2014, 13:11   #4
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Oh dear, Oh dear, Oh dear
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Old 09 August 2014, 13:25   #5
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This boat is a cancelled order, RRP 5499 so get a bargain
Saved! Smart move on their part.


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We can offer a fully rigged package with used engine from 9,000
Does that include a cut transom and a bad engine paint job?
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Old 09 August 2014, 14:29   #6
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Haha I don't crash into things that often ill let you know
Whereabouts in the country do you do your RNLI stuff?
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Old 09 August 2014, 15:00   #7
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I'm along the south east coast
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Old 10 August 2014, 07:50   #8
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U may have gathered - they don't have the best reputation round here.

So I can buy a 60HP new for 6.5k (suzi rather than mariner) - why's he charging 2.5k for rigging it...? Oh that'd be right he's getting back the original retail price...

Doesn't feel a great discount for second hand engine..
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never used them yet mainly because i can never get any sort of real answers out of them on the phone out of 5 times calling them for parts i have gone else where
so buying a boat would be just a massive headache and still cost you more than anywhere else
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