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Old 03 March 2007, 09:55   #31
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Originally Posted by Seaharrier View Post
One negative thing about them .... it's not a very dry concept!
Imho the shape of the bow is crucial. On my ZAR 65, a deep bowed, hard nose type RIB, even on the rough seas no water comes over.

Indeed near objects you have to manoeuvre a hard nosed boat more carefull than the above mentioned 'go-cart style'


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