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Old 18 January 2011, 06:56   #1
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Latest X-Craft X8.0

This RIB will be exhibited on the Dusseldorf boatshow, BOOT 2011.
Hope you like it.
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Old 18 January 2011, 06:58   #2
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and some nore
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Old 18 January 2011, 08:48   #3
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that's a nice looking boat, novel rear seat, hope you take this constructively, not much storage space
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Old 18 January 2011, 10:34   #4
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Yet again, a stunning boat and I still yearn for your shock seats.
The back support on the rear bench seat looks very low (more of a bum support). Having experienced the performance of your designs, it could result in someone ending up in the engine well??
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Old 19 January 2011, 11:02   #5
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we kept the rear bench seat very low because the customer wants to have easy acces to the transom and also have a bench for 4 people. so this is the result. We can make the back rest as high as the client wants. Every thing is custom build. We have a lot of storage in the steering console. With the optional sundeck in the front you will have a lot more.In this RIB we also made a big custom made bean bag for the children.
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Old 19 January 2011, 13:04   #6
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Stunning looking boat, pity the wheel is on the wrong side
I cannot tell whether the web site has any pricing info or not, can you give an idea of prices?
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Old 20 January 2011, 16:12   #7
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Hi Ian
I sent you a pm.
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ps. We also mount the wheel on the other side for uk customers.
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Stunning looking boat, pity the wheel is on the wrong side

Lol my thoughts too then I remembered my last '8' was a left hooker too .... and it was due to the Verado controls IIRC and where the trim switch is on the thumb depending on your ' handidness'
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Sweet Rib.

What difference does the position of the helm make?

I can drink with either hand and I'm damn sure I can work a throttle with my right hand too.

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I can work a throttle with my right hand
.. oh one more post and were out
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