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Old 26 November 2012, 15:06   #11
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Dunno (even if they are 22") but 22" is standard on a 950, remember they start about 3" up from the deck so will appear tall.
That be y then plus the tubby chap looks to av short legs
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Old 26 November 2012, 15:06   #12
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for todays lesson
Oh, you're most welcome. There's a whole heap more in the "big box of pain" if you have the appetite for it later
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Old 26 November 2012, 15:10   #13
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Oh, you're most welcome. There's a whole heap more in the "big box of pain" if you have the appetite for it later
Bring it on.
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Old 26 November 2012, 15:15   #14
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There's the clue - watch the horizon - it's going up and down quite a lot as she crosses the long swells. It doesn't strike me as classic porpoising

Either way - I wouldn't have my passengers sans lifejackets on the tubes at 35kts.

...and Kerny, get your neb out of that popcorn bag and pay attention to the nice video - see how he manages to keep both motors on the transom while not running aground? A classic maneuver we can all learn from...
Cheers mate nice talking on this cold night. Your right there is a long swell as is common around theses parts. Agree re the old guy!!
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Old 26 November 2012, 16:47   #15
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...and Kerny, get your neb out of that popcorn bag and pay attention to the nice video - see how he manages to keep both motors on the transom while not running aground? A classic maneuver we can all learn from... [/QUOTE]

not just me then Steve.

Nice vid. Agreed, lady not even holding on at start. That speed, one sharp wave and she's out the boat.
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Cool console, although looks a lot like a gold buggy....


Wow just realised this thread is a year old? Smart phone brought it up as a current conversation. Strange...
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