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Old 25 October 2009, 18:05   #1
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Hunton 904

Hi all,

Has anyone had an experience with the Hunton 904 (outboard version) in a heavy sea? How would you class it in terms of sea hundling compared with other 9.0m RIBs?

Of course finishing and luxury is evident...

Thanks in advance!
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Old 27 October 2009, 12:51   #2
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Hi all,

Has anyone had an experience with the Hunton 904 (outboard version) in a heavy sea? How would you class it in terms of sea hundling compared with other 9.0m RIBs?

Of course finishing and luxury is evident...

Thanks in advance!
Nobody had any personal experience or even rumours???
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try this

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Nobody had any personal experience or even rumours???
I heard a rumour that it's fecking ugly!
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at 2.38 in the video something falls off the back,and i love the hunton product but that rib does look very wet
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at 2.38 in the video something falls off the back,
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at 2.38 in the video something falls off the back,and i love the hunton product but that rib does look very wet
Surprised it didn't get edited out, Paul L doesn't mention it either....

On a different note I have contacted them twice in a professional capacity, neither time did they return my calls....

Lovely boat though.
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at 2.38 in the video something falls off the back,and i love the hunton product but that rib does look very wet
I agree that it looks wet.. h/ever the "british shool" ribs with small diameter tubes have the same problem when the winds grow.. Same size Scorpions and Revengers for example get a similar spray on board..
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