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Old 26 December 2002, 03:44   #41
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Have just been trawling the forum, and found a couple of references that you have made about me selling my boat/buying another.

Sorry, I think I have missed something, I haven't sold my boat, infact I've only just bought it, and I haven't even got it on the water yet. However, when I have, you will be most welcome to have a ride in it.

There also seems to be some confusion as to me also being "splodge", sorry, can't admit to that one, who is he? Why do you think I am him/her/it?

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Old 26 December 2002, 07:12   #42
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I trust everybody has had a Happy Xmax and are back to see what they have missed on the Forums


Manos

Henry Ford once said " You can have any colour car as long as it is black"

with ribs I would say you can have any colour as long as the colour has a RAL code. you agree

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Old 26 December 2002, 07:55   #43
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Dirk,

Is the picture you posted of the rib being used as a gang plank your new boat.?



How is it going with your new purchase,what does it need to sort it out?

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Old 26 December 2002, 08:45   #44
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Have no onjections mate but my favorite still is blue on white
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Old 27 December 2002, 07:23   #45
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Heres another one Aquapro Cabin rib

I expect it to be at Ribex at 2003.Its a South African boat.Single Diesl or twin outboards.2 berth maybe.

See www.aquapro.co.nz
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Old 27 December 2002, 10:08   #46
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see www.naiad.co.nz

Seem good New Zealand Aluminium boats.

Rick Tomlinson the Photographer had one 10 mtr I think based in the Isle of Man.

It was 2 berth.Not sure what the engine he had.

I think thats your lot as far as Cabin ribs go.

Well what do you think then and which would you prefer and why?

This is open to anybody that has an interest in Cabin Ribs





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Old 27 December 2002, 10:26   #47
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Nasty remarks about sib owners

Hey crazyhorse, past experiences have shown me that you can't say things like that about Sib owners. It might be wise to make a public apology before you experience the wrath of Narked and his chums.
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Hi everybody just checking the old system?
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Crazyhorse,
I have a cabin rib, but to tell you the truth, I have completely forgotten or missed the point, of why we are discussing the subject ????
I have had mine for about 18 months and am happy to answer any questions about it you may have.
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Old 27 December 2002, 11:18   #50
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Brian Thanks for your post.

Im interested in the development of Cabin ribs,as I feel they are the most cost effective boat transport you can get,The benefits are to numerous to mention and your Scorpian is regarded by many as one of the best.

How do you find it as a cruiser and what engines do you have.

Does it have a GZ curve and what would you change if anything.

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