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Old 03 August 2013, 05:18   #1
Country: UK - England
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Caribe ribs any advice

Hi, I am on e look out for a new rib, well second hand rib upgrading from my small Brig you one roughly 3.1 to 3.4m that will fit in the garage. I have see a few avon and zodiac boats around which seem to be the premium in ribs. I have looked at other models and have seen Caribe and mercury / quicksilver ribs around.
should I just stick to one make and hold out until I find one at my budget?
It will be used for Estuary and sea fun.

Any advice appreciated!

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Old 03 August 2013, 15:37   #2
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I have a caribe 5.5m jet Rib as well as a cobra 8.6m. Caribe is a great fun and well built RIB and at 46 knots great fun. If your in portsmouth area you are very welcome to view ours it is for sale as cant keep both.
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