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Old 19 March 2009, 20:54   #11
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You should worry, seems my grey one is out of date before I even get it on the water

You won't regret it - have you any idea how much bright colours will fade? They need to be well sealed to stop them oxidising.
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Old 20 March 2009, 03:49   #12
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You won't regret it - have you any idea how much bright colours will fade? They need to be well sealed to stop them oxidising.
A cover tens to do the trick.
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A cover tens to do the trick.
No need the grass is higher than the boat keeps the sun off

So when will Caraibe be back in favour ?
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Old 20 March 2009, 09:17   #14
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Oh dear, does that mean my 1 year old grey one is out of date already!

The website is an improvement, but it is still lacking something in my opinion. Perhaps some more detailed photos (higher resolution), and some close-ups of the different features. I'm sure some of us owners would be happy to provide some shots of what we think makes them stand out from the crowd.
Thanks for this - constructive criticism is always welcome. I've mentioned before that we don't spend hugh amounts on advertising or paying for a really flash website as these costs have to be passed on to the customer. The website is better (I know, could it have been worse!) and it's easier to add to/edit so yes, we'd be happy to receive pictures which we could include.

Higher resolution pictures can be slow to load but we'll have a look and see what we can do.
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Old 20 March 2009, 11:28   #15
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Thanks for this - constructive criticism is always welcome. I've mentioned before that we don't spend hugh amounts on advertising or paying for a really flash website as these costs have to be passed on to the customer. The website is better (I know, could it have been worse!) and it's easier to add to/edit so yes, we'd be happy to receive pictures which we could include.

Higher resolution pictures can be slow to load but we'll have a look and see what we can do.
Well in comparison to what you had, it's miles better and showcases the Osprey range quite well.

I'm looking forward to reading the Mag in April.
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