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Old 14 April 2004, 11:09   #21
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Manos, you really are an arse at times.

That is a photo of the boat at the Southampton Boat Show, and when it was taken the boat had only just arrived at the show, and if you look carefully the guy is in the process of berthing it.

As for the berth being to small, you don't actually get a choice at a show, you pays your money and accept what your given!
Thanks Dirk - "The Guy" looks like Niel Holmes - the builder of Phantom Evolution RIBS - I thought it would be obvious I was just using it as an example having drawn the lines in red to show where springs would go but never mind!
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When a boat looks that good who needs tubes!!!
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Old 14 April 2004, 11:18   #22
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OUCH must have tread on someones tow hard
Still boat set up for berthing is wrong (probably they've done it for the 1st time)
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Would be very interested in seeing any snaps you may have of your mooring "extras".
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Old 14 April 2004, 14:19   #24
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[Still boat set up for berthing is wrong (probably they've done it for the 1st time)
Yeh, stupid old 7 times World Champion Neil, I don't doubt there are loads of things you could teach him!
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Old 14 April 2004, 19:04   #25
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Hi Brian

Not the best picture, but you can see them fitted.
I will be over this weekend if I remember I will take some pics of them for you.

I was even considering geting some made up to sell but never got round to it

Anyway gives you the idea, I will post some more giving construction deatails etc this weekend.

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Old 15 April 2004, 04:23   #26
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That looks really smart. What a good idea!
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Hi Brian

Remembered to take a few pics when we was over this weekend.

Basic construction can be seen but inside is a foam sleeping matress(Karrimat)protection/padding
Material is similar to PVC RIB/SIB material, a woven nylon fabric laminated both sides with PCV, but lighter than would be used on a RIB/SIB

An questions drop me a PM.

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