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Old 02 September 2004, 10:00   #11
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I'm one for having all the.....

.........kit, gadgets, beer coolers, safety eqipment - you name it and I've got it - but come on, most of you guys cruise around in open ribs with just about two or if you're lucky three small dry lockers on the whole boat, so, where the hell do you keep all this stuff whilst maintining a clean and safe deck. Of course, having (Had/getting another) Med' style RIB means I don't have any such worries.
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Old 02 September 2004, 10:20   #12
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.........kit, gadgets, beer coolers, safety eqipment ...........open ribs with just about two or if you're lucky three small dry lockers on the whole boat, so, where the hell do you keep all this stuff whilst maintining a clean and safe deck.....

On my boat I havenít got a locker, I have a cellar and the space between the wine rack and the central heating boiler would be just large enough for your med style rib.

Joking apart I agree that you can have too much equipment and I try to keep things to a minimum so the only beer on board is in my stomach and definitely no gadgets. But I do use the boat at night (last night was lovely)and coming up the Beaulieu River (which is virtually un-light) can be interesting. I also think a good light is number 3 after flares and a radio.

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Old 02 September 2004, 10:24   #13
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I also think a good light is number 3 after flares and a radio. Des
.......the flood gates on why a tourch is much further down the list than No 3. Oh well - on your head be it.
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