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Old 06 December 2005, 06:00   #1
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New Ring 13 mtr Rib

Thought you might like a look at mike Rings 13 mtr hulls quite a bit of kit!!!
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Old 06 December 2005, 06:31   #2
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Aha!

Who built this?
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Old 07 December 2005, 04:26   #3
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There's one of these at Kip fitted with twin Volvos of around 450hp each. Sits very high out of the water and goes like poo off a shovel.
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Old 07 December 2005, 16:43   #4
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is the 13m ring with the 450 inboards , owned by those mad Scotish brothers.... who had an 8.5 tornado with 315 Yanmar and choclate 3 X drive??? I just cant think of there names ....
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I just cant think of there names ....
I guess you mean the Gillespie brothers?
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There's one of these at Kip fitted with twin Volvos of around 450hp each. Sits very high out of the water and goes like poo off a shovel.
Are you talking about this one?
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Yeah thats the one that was sitting in kip... was looking a bit different last time I seen it tho...
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So how fast is "poo off a shovel"? With 900hp onboard it should be fairly hectic!
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The hull was built just round the corrner from me from but judgeing from the colour of the hull and the amount of BHP and the fact that it carries 5 tons of fuel, i think we all know where this rib is going.
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So how fast is "poo off a shovel"? With 900hp onboard it should be fairly hectic!
Only around 65 knots .

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The hull was built just round the corrner from me from but judgeing from the colour of the hull and the amount of BHP and the fact that it carries 5 tons of fuel, i think we all know where this rib is going.
Where would that be........just because someone wants to and has the finances to build a big rib with long range tanks could they not just be wanting to cruise?

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