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Old 21 January 2008, 17:23   #11
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Hello All,

The distrubutor for Coastkey in the UK and Ireland is as follows
Dominic O'Loughlin [dominic@narm-ribboats.com].
let me know if you have any problems contacting him as I have his mobile no.

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Have you a price for these units in Ireland?
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Old 23 January 2008, 08:41   #12
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I wouldn't be worried about the boat being 50m away as long as it stopped, I can always swim to a stationary boat.
If there's any sort of breeze blowing it won't be stationary.

In anything but an absolute flat calm I would put money on you not being able to swim to a drifting boat that has a 50m head start (unless it gets blown onto you!). Maybe a worthwhile experiment to do sometime when you've got some backup

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If you read HMS' article about his trip to Valtos Uig, Lewis in Rib International, you'll read a good reason for using a Coastkey.

It could be a good way of providing angine stop on a cabin boat cos it would allow unhindered movement in and out of the cabin and around the boat.

Especially useful if you're single handed, you'll be able to handle warps, anchor, fuel cans etc. without stopping the motor or removing the kill cord.

The Coastkey info says that it'll trigger between, 3 & 8 metres, that may be a bit limiting.
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Have you a price for these units in Ireland?
Not sure but if you e-mail Dominic he can let you know..around 400 to 500 I think???

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Old 30 January 2008, 12:45   #15
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Hi BruceB

The Coastkey is a Very good piece of equipment, If you check out www.coastkey.com you can see it in action at the Red Sea Rib Rally.

For price or more info please contact me at {dominic@narm-ribboats.com}

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Dom, why don't you just tell us?
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Dom, why don't you just tell us?

Exactly.

Why the big secret Dom?

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Coastkey (Standard system for single engine) 505 Euro / 380+VAT
Coastkey (standard system for twin engine) 794 Euro / 595 + VAT

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Coastkey (Standard system for single engine) 505 Euro / 380+VAT
Coastkey (standard system for twin engine) 794 Euro / 595 + VAT

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Think I'll just stick to a piece of string. Perhaps I'm missing the point, but Bruce, if you have to move about the boat, why not make the string longer?
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Think I'll just stick to a piece of string.
my thoughts too
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