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Old 28 July 2009, 04:06   #41
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Ursuk Dry suits

I didn't read all the messages but can recommend Ursuk dry suits. There different types but i think these Gemino suits are quit nice. There are water tight zipper in the hips. It works quit nice.

http://www.ursuk.com/geminooperative15

Here are the other dry suits:

http://www.ursuk.com/immersionsuits

They aren't cheap but they work.
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Old 11 August 2009, 17:43   #42
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Keeping dry

Thanks for all the advice, I'm now, well confused! If I launch by myself, I have to get the boat onto the sand, mud, gravel, etc. Not a problem with a pontoon next to a slip but, someone has to get to the car to deliver the trailer to the water to collect the boat which means getting into the water to bring the boat in or risk using the prop as a blender for the beach. I've decided that for now - boxer shorts and a short arsed fat bloke jumping out of a 4 meter RIB in a swell will look foooooookin real cool so watch out anyone that turns up at Whitby with me, Chewy, and Diverdad on the 15th of August. LOL!
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Thanks for all the advice, I'm now, well confused! If I launch by myself, I have to get the boat onto the sand, mud, gravel, etc. Not a problem with a pontoon next to a slip but, someone has to get to the car to deliver the trailer to the water to collect the boat which means getting into the water to bring the boat in or risk using the prop as a blender for the beach. I've decided that for now - boxer shorts and a short arsed fat bloke jumping out of a 4 meter RIB in a swell will look foooooookin real cool so watch out anyone that turns up at Whitby with me, Chewy, and Diverdad on the 15th of August. LOL!

I'm gutted I can't make it now
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I've got my diving drysuit that I need to put new cuffs and neck seal on?
What height and boot size are you?

I'm bringing my drysuit Saturday so you shouldn't get too wet!
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What cause I'll be dressed in rubber and Bam Bam is bringing the ropes?
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Its gonna be a 'Whitby bay watch' Special .. sponsored by rubberist magazine
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Old 23 August 2009, 04:51   #48
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Yipppeeeeeee!!!!!!

I don't think I could quite see myself running along the beach at Whitby, in slow motion, Pamela Anderson style, with my moobs (man boobs) undulating slowly up and down in a seductory manner, so I've been and done it! Got me a nice, front entry, breathable, drysuit with some boots and some gloves. Just need another date for getting out on the water??? SOOOON!

Any-tide, any-place, any-where!
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Haugesund this afternoon?
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Have a good one mate and we'll see you in Whitby sometime after. I've done the battery box on the Zodiac YL380 this weekend along with one or two other bits of maintainance so we're ready to grab some waves when you are. Did you get the boat back on the water???
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