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Old 21 June 2008, 18:03   #11
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that looks like the one that was moored at Richmond walk marina opposite Cremyl a while back . It looks like something from a James Bond film close up , very narrow for its length
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Old 22 June 2008, 16:39   #12
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Mr Halliday disturbed the owners from the pontoon in Haslar yesterday evening whilst they sat on deck trying to have a quiet drink.
They really didn't want to talk to him.

It was out and about for the beginning of the RB08, and looks amazing on the move, as mentioned, a bit 007ish.

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Old 23 June 2008, 08:13   #13
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its on VT halmatics site as a wave piercing 50knt plus boat, looks unreal!
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Old 23 June 2008, 08:17   #14
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I went to Alderney and it was moored up there and about a month later I went to Gosport and it was there too. Spooky. I think it was following me.

It has huge inflatable fenders, it must take ages to blow them up and it anchors and fixes to a mooring buoy from the rear.
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Old 23 June 2008, 10:43   #15
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There was a piece in one of the monthlys last year. Awesome design but how can you expect to keep a low profile in a marina after inviting a national glossy onto the boat? You'd think they'd be proud of it.

There's a "promo" vid on you tube, the link is on the MBY page

http://www.mby.com/auto/newsdesk/200...11mbynews.html
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I dont know whether to be impressed or ... the vid looks really cool, but check out those spray over the bridge shots ...woweeee Wonder if they ever did a full submarine
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hehe

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Holds somethings nuts like 19 tonnes of fuel!
thats alot of fuel i dont think it would last very long thou
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