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Old 17 April 2007, 16:44   #1
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Breeze Rib

For me it looks like the bankruptcy "Dolphin" rib. Can anyone tell me about this brand/ribs?
Is this a old hull design? I have seen many simular boats with different brand.

Is it a good hull/brand?
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Old 19 April 2007, 05:40   #2
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i believe it is based on v type hull.... the bespoke show model at southampton was a real beauty. the deck layup was so light you could count the strands of glass and no top coating so dry and raw patches of exposed glass. The transom knees look foam based and had been cut to fit the old rude engine on it and had then not been seeled or repaired so any water could penetrate the knees and presumely the transom. Somewhere a pic on here ill find it! Console really is lovely but then i think its built by a 3rd party!
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did i mention the carpet on the deck! forgot all about that
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