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Old 02 September 2006, 18:59   #11
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Can't wait to see the pics. Should be awesome.

There are a few big advantages to a sunbed area in the bow that not everyone realises - much large area for the tubes to be attached to and massive increase of bouyancy - both very handy if you stuff it!!!
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Old 03 September 2006, 03:13   #12
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Nice one Richard, that'll be one nice rib. When do you take delivery?

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About 5 weeks time, collecting it from Calais and bringing it back across.
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Old 03 September 2006, 03:31   #13
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We reckon somewhere around the 65 knott mark, will have to find our once she arrives and run in of course.
One of the great things about these engines is that they are pre run in, fast out of the box..

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Old 03 September 2006, 04:28   #14
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Yeh its mine now. Just needs a good run now.

See you out on the Brinny Hightower.
Well a congratulations to you as well Nick. You'll enjoy the Yellow peril, certainly people see you comming.
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Old 03 September 2006, 06:35   #15
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Ahhh, now I understand Andre!!!

Congrats on the RIB Nauti Bouy.

A fine choice!

Looking forward to the photos.
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Old 04 September 2006, 03:44   #16
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We are delighted that Richard has selected our Parker 900Baltic. It is no doubt one of the best 9 mtr hulls available on the market today.
I now understand why Richard enjoyed 12 rides on our 9 mtr Parker Baltic at Ribex. He even crewed for me on the last ride. If I had known he was in the market for such big rib I would have even taken him out on a special trip and given him the helm . Just shows how important it is at boat shows on the water to give as many rides as it is possible cos you just never know

We will be sending Richard photos of the manufacturing progress and no doubt he will be wanting to share these with fellow members
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Congratulations Richard, good decission

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Old 04 September 2006, 15:07   #18
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Sorry to tell but the verado engines have a lot of problems here in Norway, i know of 3-4 broken compressors, 3-4 broken gear cases and 1 engine that keeps stopping, the dealer cant find any fault with the enginens as it seems to start after 2-3 hours and operates normal for 10-20 hours before it stops.

It's a shame beacause it's a fantastic engine and yes i have a 250 Verado my self, no problems yet but its only been operated for 15 hours
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Old 05 September 2006, 04:57   #19
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[QUOTE=searafting.no] Sorry to tell but the verado engines have a lot of problems here in Norway, i know of 3-4 broken compressors, 3-4 broken gear cases

your Norwaygan understand to smash engine haven't heard about the compressors.? will ask Vidar.

We have 7 charter boats running here in DK. and no bigger problems.
I have 3 with twin verado's. aboat 438hour, 287hour, 36hour

1 engine that keeps stopping, the dealer cant find any fault with the enginens as it seems to start after 2-3 hours and operates normal for 10-20 hours before it stops.

Tell him to call/mail me. I think I know what wrong..

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Old 07 September 2006, 16:06   #20
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Parker 900 RS

Bought the 900 RS in june with 2x275 Verado. Nice boat but dissapointed with the performance as delivered.57 knots with 10 pers at 6300 rpm. Also very unstable at around 50 kn. Possible to run through it but feels strange. Seems to be wrong propellers-Vensura 23". Will try 26" Bravo One this weekend and raise the engines. No help from the dealer here in Sweden."-You must use the trim..." Hu? Should have bought the Ring 9,5 m that Petrov offered...
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