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Old 22 June 2006, 10:55   #11
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Have a look at www.atlantisribs.com I think these are the K4 Plus hulls that JK refers to.

Also visit www.boatsandoutboards.co.uk and search for Atlantis in the RIB section. The prices look pretty good to me. I dont know what the quality is like, and this is not an established brand at the moment, but you may be able to get a new one for the price of a second hand Scorpion 7.5m .

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Old 22 June 2006, 15:27   #12
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Ok, budget 25 000 not Euro. + vat.

Atlantis looks nice, even parker 750. Thanks. I will check them up.
The new Ribcraft 750 looks Very nice to, one of the best so far. The Atlantis is new for me, anyone have one here?

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Breeze=700 or 750 the V-Type hull. Seawolf tried to build them but

Petrov. Can you tell us the story of Osprey? in a new thread, i dont understund anything at all.
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Old 23 June 2006, 04:42   #13
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Scorpion is my top 1. But they start at 36(no engine). Pascoe and Bananaboat is not my style and to heavy, even if the boats are very nice.
Just found this thread, so sorry for replying twice! I appreciate the "not my style" comment - obviously a boat has to match what you are looking for in style, but not sure about your comment about the weight? Our latest demonstrator has a Verado 250 on it and weighs 1060 kgs with 100 litres of fuel on board - what you would like it to weigh? By the way we have seen 65 MPH on the GPS as well!
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Sorry Cookee! Weight... was complete wrong! I didnt check that up. About not my style, that is mostly because my budget will hold me with cheaper style rib boats. Open style . I like the bananastyle and I always read everything with your boat. Im sorry.


Both Pascoe and Banana will have my attention when I have money for it.
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Sorry Cookee! Weight... was complete wrong! I didnt check that up. About not my style, that is mostly because my budget will hold me with cheaper style rib boats. Open style . I like the bananastyle and I always read everything with your boat. Im sorry.


Both Pascoe and Banana will have my attention when I have money for it.
No problem - just for your future purchase decisions, we start at 28,550 + VAT without engine!
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You could allways go with the Leeway 7.3. starting price of 9,570.00
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