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Old 08 March 2006, 08:32   #1
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French Rib magazine

I recently had a copy of the french specialist rib magazine thrust through the door called Pneumatique Magazine, now i don't speak French but it looks like they get a much better deal than we do, it appears to be a lot more comprehensive than ours, has anyone else seen it?

www.pneuboat.com
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Old 08 March 2006, 13:32   #2
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Yes indeed !

And it is a great magazine as is the French website.

We'll try to get in touch with any of you Loire Atlantique ribsters soon as we hope to cruise Southern Brittany again this year.

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Now ribraff if you need any hints for translation, don't hesitate, I'd be glad to help. However, IMHO, too many ads in this one and the others.
Any good ribbing magazines in the UK ?
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Old 08 March 2006, 14:02   #4
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Rib International among others.

But Pneumatique is well worth the effort.

Good photos too!
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has anyone else seen it?
wee. je cherchay le mag tray bonn

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Old 08 March 2006, 14:22   #6
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I bought the last one and found quite a few things interesting but why illustrate one of the texts with 200 etec pictures when the boat was actuallay set with a 200 DI for gas and speed figures ? At least I got to see a Solent and 2 Revenger tested in this mag. 41,6 knots with a Revenger 29 and a 250HP, must have been towing something heavy...
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Old 08 March 2006, 15:01   #8
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Thanks to the Jackeens for the 411, I'll ask for Rib International next time I'll cross to have a look
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Wish someone would put some French letters though my letterbox - than again maybe not!!!
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i will be round your neck of the woods in the next couple of weeks so i will drop some thru your letterbox as requested, they may not all be new!!!
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