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Old 07 February 2003, 09:52   #41
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I bought your book during one of my last trips to Poland. most incredible story. It is like reading Clive's book about the Pride of Cardiff, once you start you just have to finish it.
Arek, if it had not been for your friend the Dutchman then you would not have made it. He was for sure most helpful . It is a shame the book is only in English. However for those who want to get a feeling of what it must have been like then get a hold of the June 2000 issue of Rib International. There you will also find a lot of good photos of Arek and his "Price of Fear"
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Old 07 February 2003, 10:04   #42
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That's for sure!
that is the reason, why I dedicated the book for Him and His wife. Averil, His wife, she is English

One more thing!
The translation from Polish to English for RIB International had been made by Andre, so if anyone would like to know ( or read some more) - talk to Andre - Just a joke! I'll try to find a publisher in UK and I'll translate a book... with help of course
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Old 07 February 2003, 11:32   #43
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I cannot take all the credit . Yes it was I who did the rough translation but it was Hugo who did the polishing up. And what a great job he did .
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I will drag my back copy out and have a look.Hugo is indeed a great Editor and has done more for getting the concept of ribs out into the market place than anybody I know.

I personaly think Rib International is the only magazine I love reading from cover to cover.

We order it and it is the only mag you just cant put down.I look forward to its arrival every 2 months.I wouldnt think twice about getting it every month if it came out.

So Im in the market Hugo for R.I monthly if you can.
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Yup Crazyhorse, they have some great new contributors as well...

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Yep they sure do Kieth.If the a boat arrives I will be joining you for a few trips for sure.

When mine comes, I then have no excuses for sitting on my backside and dreaming about her,I will be out there doing it and would love a few trips around Scotland.

Next yr put me down for a few weeks.
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Er......didn't the Vikings cross the Atlantic in open boats circa 800 AD?
As ever, Mr. Hart is correct. The first atlantic voyage was made by a Dane called Nogbad the Bad. With argument raging between the raggies and power boys, he decided he wanted the best of both worlds. He employed sixty Swedish oarsmen from the Volvo tribe to supplement his sails. Unfortunately, these were worn out by the time he reached the New World (leg problems) so he had to employ some native American muscle. Also, not being content with the handling of his hardboat in anything above a F6, he decided to take things a step further. He lined the gunnels of his longship with inflated buffalo bladders thereby inventing the first Rhib. Shame on all you pretenders.

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That took a while David but it was worth the wait

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Yep your right on there
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Just say who crossed the Atlantic first in the 21st century??
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