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Old 06 January 2006, 09:02   #31
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Woot and Milan - if you want to have the best of both worlds without meaning you have to compromise on anything other than the number of seats, come and see our new RIB or read about it in the latest edition of Sports Boat and Rib!

....and get ya' 45k out!!
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Old 06 January 2006, 09:05   #32
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45k yer
but jeezus what a toy to have
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Old 06 January 2006, 09:17   #33
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But!

But the 45 K includes a 200 Optimax, Seastar steering, the A frame, pop up cleats, a 6 foot long locker (dry) and you won't need to buy a console or seating to put on it either - try pricing up a Ribeye or even better a Scorpian and see what they come out at including all the "extras" that are standard on our boat!


If you look in the boats for sale section the items with a * by them are all standard items.
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They look a great boat, but personally I'd have a problem shelling out 45k on a boat with "Banana" in the name. Sorry, just my opinion and probably not shared by many.
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They look a great boat, but personally I'd have a problem shelling out 45k on a boat with "Banana" in the name. Sorry, just my opinion and probably not shared by many.


Really - You can call it whatever you want to!
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Really - You can call it whatever you want to!
after you have handed over the cash of course...

personally i like it...and i bet it seriously puts one hell of a grin on your face
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Kitten reckons the leisure shark is the "wettest" boat he's ever been in!
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after you have handed over the cash of course...

personally i like it...and i bet it seriously puts one hell of a grin on your face
When Kitten lets me play! The race boat is faster, but harder work - you have to really drive it all the time and half or 3/4 throttle isn't any fun at all, but the leisure version is very easy to drive, the handling even suprised me! (in a good way!) At weekends I take out the leisure boat as it takes 5 easily and you can keep things dry, ski and wakeboard from it - in fact the raceboat won't do any of the above other than go fast!
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Kitten reckons the leisure shark is the "wettest" boat he's ever been in!
I don't know when he said that, but we changed the prop and it has transformed the boat - since the Southampton boat show the ride, handling and "dampness" factor have all improved a huge amount - and it was good before!
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