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Old 11 April 2013, 04:36   #1
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Im guessing Black!
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Fantastic looking boat. Thanks for posting the photos - very interesting to see the under deck layout with all the bulkheads and stringers. Is this the way Mike has always built them?
Yes indeed.
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A blast from the past - the Jardon craft!
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I think Grey.
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A blast from the past - the Jardon craft!
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I think Grey.
Not just any grey. Carbon Grey.
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Grey its is then. Very nice!! Build and layup looks great. Will they be built also for commercial usage now ? If i recall they were only for leisure etc and specfically not for heavy use. It would be nice to see a british design and build available for commercial use
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Not just any grey. Carbon Grey.
Not grey
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If you had not had Man flu and come for a curry you would know what tubes it was having....

I think it will look very very smart...
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Not grey
Alright black then

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Will they be built also for commercial usage now ? If i recall they were only for leisure etc and specfically not for heavy use. It would be nice to see a british design and build available for commercial use
They have always been available for commercial use and are perfect for heavy uses such as diving and racing. The only hindrance for commercial users was that they were only rated to RCA cat C but I believe that this may be changing..

Couple of gratuitous pics of racing and commercial vipermaxes. Check out the history section on the Osprey Owners' Association for more info about the racing pedigree

Osprey do have the Falcon range which is even more heavy duty, the 9.5m model of which sold very well in the late 90s early 2000s
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