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Old 15 October 2005, 05:28   #1
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I wonder if any of you could help, I am looking for video of heavy weather situations (all vessel types but RIBs prefered). If any of you know any good links please let me know.
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Old 15 October 2005, 05:38   #2
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How "Heavy" do ya want man?!!
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Old 15 October 2005, 05:45   #3
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Dont know about ribs, think theres an advert in the back of rib international, for fishing boats do a google on "At the fishing" which is a guy up in Orkney that collates some cracking footage from Skippers.
On the other hand if you have Sky Tv watch Deadliest Catch on Discovery, Tuesday night, to see some of the Alaska boat in the Bearing Sea.
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RIB International mag do a few videos - one of them features extreme ribbing - ask Hannah - think she bought one for her dad.
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I have the DVD Extreme Ribbing not as good as I thought it was going to be .
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You dnt want anything to heavy mate, youll be sick wont you??
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I wonder if any of you could help, I am looking for video of heavy weather situations (all vessel types but RIBs prefered). If any of you know any good links please let me know.
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We have a DVD 'Heavy Weather Power Boating' which I found on Amazon, IIRC. See also www.bennettmarine.com (in the menu at the top, click 'Boating', then 'Handling' and scroll down. I see there is also an 'Advanced Heavy Weather Boating' DVD now too.) It's only 46 minutes long though and doesn't have much (if any) footage of RIBs. Its purpose is to teach the viewer how to handle rough weather situations and how to try to avoid them in the first place. HTH
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Last part of this on got a bit heavy! http://blueice.dogscogs.com/Littleha...y2005_0001.wmv
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