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Old 26 January 2004, 09:43   #21
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Rod Ross-Smith,
Where do I know that name from?
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Old 26 January 2004, 09:56   #22
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I don't suppose he was the guy responsible for the Ross Corsa.
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Old 27 January 2004, 08:32   #23
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andymr i feel for you i gave you all this on the skier site prior to xmas,

push it bud , take the lemmer equation out of it and its got to get better all round for sure, nueg
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Old 28 January 2004, 09:14   #24
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Hi Nugent - I thought that was you? - I hope my potted history has put your mind at rest?? ...... Now we have the future to look forward to - I know you wont be disapointed, but you will have to wait and see.
I am glad you have sorted youself out with something - See you soon. When our new demo craft is finished (Feb) we will have to meet up sink a few beers etc etc.........

Oh yes, Rod did make the Ross Corsa.....Hmmm nice boat in its day!
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Old 28 January 2004, 09:45   #25
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How rude of me ....I have not replied to some of your earler questions.
Nigel - we have quite a few pictures and we felt yours was a nice one of the Deep Sea. As we are currently making a CD would you give us permission to use your piccy in it?...we will sent you a CD for your comments (in case you dont like it). You can email me on andy@ribs.ws If you want to.

Alan - Paul Lemmer went bust personally in 1998...nothing to do with BWM.

Gavin - Oh dear sorry about that ....yes the cabin rib was one of ours (ugly insn't). We made it for a client and it started off quite well...I mean it was quite nice looking...then the clients friend got involved, we had to cut the thing about here and there well the project turned out to be a bit of a freak frankly.....sad really

Oh yes I must let you know - because of your imput on the new web site....Lee is re-constructing it!!! he is going to include some useful things like tide time tables, weather reports and other useful things. If there is anything that you would want to see included....dont be shy...let us know - So thanks for your imput guys (Oh try and be a bit softer on him next time) he cried for three days afterwards and made the place all wet.
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Old 28 January 2004, 15:01   #26
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Re: websites

Please don't be offended, but i have listed some points about your website - of course this is all in my opinion but i have consulted on some sucessful website designs over the years...

IMHO "all-flash" sites are dead, which is what your current site is. A bit of flash is OK, but in moderation.

I also don't care that 'flash is detected', it anoys me.

Complusary introduction movies anoy me aswell - you have one of those.

"Click to enter" - why, just take me straight to the infomation!

Your site has a lot of 'coming soons' why put those there? Just don't lure me into thinking there is more infomation than there is by omitting the links until the infomation is ready to be published.

FYI My comments apply equally to the 'DiskBox Web Design' site which i followed the link to.

PS: Great to see BWM's available new, they really are superb boats... i eagerly await some pricing...
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Old 28 January 2004, 15:15   #27
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Oh yes, Rod did make the Ross Corsa.....Hmmm nice boat in its day!
That's what I like to see, a person with a good sense of humour.
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Hi Daniel thanks for the constructive comments.
In Lee's defence we wanted him to knock something up quickly to give us a start as the old website was out of date and ........well old - we used this new site at the boat show as a CD - What you can't see is the bit that says sea trials, which was a video (some great footage) Lee is currently re-disigning the whole thing with some useful features ie: weather forcasts, storm warnings etc.
If you wast a copy of the CD with the video on it email me your address and I'll send you one!
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Old 28 January 2004, 15:39   #29
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Ahh the good old days eh Dirk???
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