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Old 13 November 2006, 12:41   #181
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Hi folks,

Two quickies just like the verados


Richard stripping off in Public.




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Old 13 November 2006, 12:51   #182
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I dunno Codders, I've just had a look at Lukasz's photos again and they look like a right dodgy bunch!!!
Maybe it was the name that did it , lets face it they were never going to miss you were they ? Got to give it to you Richard you don,t do things by halfGlad you got back ok in the end.

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Ok, Ok Okkkkkkkkk.

He's guilty of owning a faster boat than ye nice men and women in black

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Old 13 November 2006, 13:30   #184
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any idea of difference in top end 'tween this one and the 2 x 225 optis at ribex?
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any idea of difference in top end 'tween this one and the 2 x 225 optis at ribex?
Not yet really, was too rough to attempt WOT, plus the engines are brand new and don't really want to give them a spanking yet. Will let you know more when we have given it a proper run, we saw 48 knots yesterday across the top of a 4' chop, but were not flat out.
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Old 13 November 2006, 13:43   #186
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any idea of difference in top end 'tween this one and the 2 x 225 optis at ribex?
The top speed on Richard's rib has yet to be measured and here one will have to wait for suitable weather conditions. Pls remember that the Parker 900 Baltic which was at Ribex 2006 was fitted out for 14 persons and had twin Optimax 225. Richard's rib has seating for 8 persons , twin Verado 275 and these beauties are also much heavier then the Optimax engines.
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Leaving

just after the French men in Black did their checks
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Unfortunately we have to wait for a bit longer before we see any action shots. I understand that perhaps next week when the weather improves.

Here are some shots taken by me at the Marina in Calais. This is the very first time we had made a yellow rib. The result is stunning and beyond our expectations.
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What's this all about?
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Charles, that is the storage place for 2 lifebouys
see photo of another Parker 900Baltic
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