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Old 02 July 2012, 18:02   #31
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Well that's bound to get her shifting along. Any idea what the performance figure are or is it too soon to tell yet?
Hey Siochair,
Taught you would have the old contacts for Redbay when you were thinking of buying.
There is no exact details out yet, but if your interested as Willk siad, drop Steve a message I'm sure he has the detail.
...Seeing as it appears the last Redbay Supporter has turned game keeper !!


And at this stage if the Rathlin sound has probably been well traveled by her, would expect they are starting to put together the glossy now that she is in the water.
You might swing by and get a look at her, not far off the road home from Glasgow.... As always an impressive sight.

Here's another couple of shots of her - think there are one or two new shots that are not in the last video. Enjoy
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Old 02 July 2012, 18:09   #32
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I believe that Cookee set a Precident. And he didn't even have the common decency to pretend to have toobs...
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Old 02 July 2012, 19:52   #33
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Hey Siochair,
Taught you would have the old contacts for Redbay when you were thinking of buying.

Just idle curiosity, sadly I suspect that it will be well out of my price range.
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Old 02 July 2012, 20:27   #34
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Just idle curiosity, sadly I suspect that it will be well out of my price range.
I don't know the price, but i'm gonna say it's cheaper than the aqua-star you were thinking of

And I'm right there with you, my little 6m is gonna do me nicely till I win euromillions !
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Old 03 July 2012, 14:40   #35
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Wow, they are amazing. There's some awesome you tube films of them in rough seas. Never seen one in the flesh though.
hi paul
out of intrest, i,ve been out with frank kowoski (intercepter) and he show me how to side step a boat (sideways) on the crest of a wave. IT WAS AWRSOME!. I have sidestep the ribquest at a photo shot but it was not printed in the mag. if you fancy it, next time i see you, i will have you out
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Old 03 July 2012, 15:48   #36
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Would love to. Showing my ignorance and obvious lack of seamanship, wtf is a sidestep on the crest of a wave? Sounds clever, difficult and useful!

You coming Saturday to Ireland?
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Would love to. Showing my ignorance and obvious lack of seamanship, wtf is a sidestep on the crest of a wave? Sounds clever, difficult and useful!

You coming Saturday to Ireland?
its going side on to a braking wave in rough seas, def not useful, could fill ur undies(quite scary) sorry can,t make ireland neal
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Old 05 July 2012, 13:35   #38
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So what is the point of doing it then ? Sounds pointless and a bit daft to me ?!
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After the very successful launch of the Pilot boat version - work has now started on the manufacture of the "plug" for the Passenger cabin version.

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