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Old 15 August 2009, 14:05   #11
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If there is one person on here I wouldn't give her email to - it you!
WHY?!?!


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She has started clever tricks like "I really like the boat we've got" and "that boat has never really cost you much to maintain or let you down" etc...
Oh I'm sorry mate.
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Old 16 August 2009, 04:24   #12
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If I get a bigger rib (is Mrs P listening to the hints?) then it would be a serious possibility. That ClydeRib on Brokerage looks good value too.
take Mrs P out a spin in it .....it might change her mind

unsure how long it takes me to get there, will time it next time ....its exactly 65miles from house to yard for me ...i have gone 3 different routes so far to see which is best and the Luss-gareloch cutoff looks about the best so far.

LOL at why you wouldnt give JSP her email .........

JSP just read you have 7 kids ....feck me thats a handful......bet christmas is fun at your place
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Old 16 August 2009, 09:15   #13
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I keep my boat there, it takes me about one hour from Milngavie to get there. Although the time it saves you in launching is worth the 15 minute extra drive from Rhu and Inverkip.

They are a decent and honest bunch of people and facilities are good. They have plenty of experience with ribs (contracts with RNLI, Police and NATO) so it is a good place to be and I would recommend it.

I don't get my boat kept in side for that price. They are not able to launch at weekends so if you want your boat out on a Saturday you tell them in advance and they put on a mooring on the Friday and you use their tender. It works out about four hundred less than the others .

Has far more plus points than minus

Would be good to see some more ribs down there
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