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Old 04 January 2007, 04:24   #21
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Finally got hold of Steve Pease of prosport pro sport - asked him about about a warranty issue and he didn't want to know !!! I have his email if anyone wants it.
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Old 04 January 2007, 08:59   #22
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you dont get wet in a prosport

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This is a very old thread - Prosport in their original form no longer exist thank god!!!

As to them being very dry boats I totally agree - alright mine is an 8.8m but even in a Force 8 we stayed dry - it really is amazing. Only time we got wet was in very confused seas and a Force 6 - it was an Easterly which we normally never get!!!
not wet! your having a laugh
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