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Old 04 February 2014, 13:55   #71
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Something like this on a rib would be nice! But i dont think its possible to make it work on a rib. This is built in Aluminium by "White Pointer Boats" in New Zealand.
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Old 04 February 2014, 14:09   #72
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Small - but practical ?



Fjordstar

This sort of appeals to me ...

All I need is to get one to the UK ....
And me

Like it very muchus
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Old 04 February 2014, 14:31   #73
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Hmm, agreed. Looks good. Slightly shorter cabin and you could get a bench at the rear.
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Like the cabin aerodynamics on this. Some of the cabins fitted look like garden-sheds!

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Very nice I agree but I think that the Ordstar 580 would be a lot nearer to my price range I think

They never seem to show the inside of the cabin do they...
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Very nice I agree but I think that the Ordstar 580 would be a lot nearer to my price range I think

They never seem to show the inside of the cabin do they...
That Seenyor, ees because they ees verrry leedle. Hardlee spaayse to sweeng a mouse! 'An they weel wan mucho dinero...
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That Seenyor, ees because they ees verrry leedle. Hardlee spaayse to sweeng a mouse! 'An they weel wan mucho dinero...
And Manuel what about the big'uns agree with the mucho wad though.
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Thee beeeg wans are muy expenseeve Seenyor. Eve ju geeve me twenny pesos, I weeel allow ju polish wan...
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Not sure if its been mentioned, if so, sorry.

If i was designing an enclosed cabin i would want a quick way to exit.

So, i would have a quick release on the door.

Ideally i would have hatch with quick release, forward too.

Wish i had such a project, and a Dad to build it, :-)

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Here is an affordable cabin rib.
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