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Old 22 February 2010, 06:15   #51
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Wave heights Scottish Isles

Interesting reading on the wave heights.

From a curiosity point of view do you have the wave heights for the Scottish Isles(inside and outside), Tory Island, Rathlin Isand.

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i agree with baydreamer those excaliburs area seriously good sea boat and are easy on the eye as well!!!!
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so Cailin....any closer to a decision?
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Just to stir the pot some more for Cailín Baire - have you looked at the Parker Cabin ribs?
i would watch this space for a while in regards to parker cabin rib, andre is a good friend and i know that he won't mind much if i tell you there is, i think , something in the pipe line, we had talk's a little while back and he may be bringing in a twin engined cabin as his next boat
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Eye catching

Just seen concept for Excalibur cabin looks good. Looks to have good ptotection from weather.
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Just seen concept for Excalibur cabin looks good. Looks to have good ptotection from weather.
What sound does a fish make ?
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HMCG have to tender, thats why most CG vehicles are all different makes and shades of blue/grey!
Actually, (just to be pedantic and add a bit of thread drift) the different makes are part of policy - so that a recall or design fault found in one make won't ground the whole fleet leaving no cover. There's nothing to stop a public body specifying a certain make or model when tendering.

The colour change is due to the same reason as the police changed to silver - silver or grey has a higher residual value than the traditional blue, so the leasing costs are cheaper, plus the yellow bonnet/roof is done as a wrap now not a spray so easier to sell on.
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With regards to Biff's comment.

Spoke to Andre a couple of days ago and the cabin rib will not be over here in the near future. They are working on a new higher spec interior and want to get it right before launch.
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... They are working on a new higher spec interior and want to get it right before launch.
I'd assumed it was wall to wall Polish/ed Walnut and Soay Lambswool Axminster
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