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Old 10 January 2012, 17:42   #1
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Does anyone have any pictures of there boats with the cover on.
Mine is going to have one fitted next week and it was just to see the different styles and tie down options there is, especially the options around the stern.

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Old 11 January 2012, 03:44   #2
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Ribeye 600 playtime. Not fitted correct just thrown over. Pulls tight around the sponsons with rope running inside the seam, also have tie downs dotted around trailer.

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No stern image but it has zips that go down the sides from the a frame if it helps
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Hi,

Here's 5 stern shots (plenty more if you need them - for most makes of RIB), if you let me know exactly what you're after I can probably take the relevant photo.

The pics in order are: -

Coastline (inboard diesel)
Cobra 755
Ribeye 650
Humber 8m
Ballistic 6.5m

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Old 11 January 2012, 05:14   #5
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This is a picture of my cover

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I prefer to use ropes with a round turn and two half hitches rather than straps and buckles
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Old 11 January 2012, 11:41   #6
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there brilliant,
Ribochat, that pic is some where else on the internet as i showed the manufacturers it as an idea of what i wanted.

thanks everyone the cover i want is to come down and not actually cover the engine then tie round it.

thanks again phil
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there brilliant,
Ribochat, that pic is some where else on the internet as i showed the manufacturers it as an idea of what i wanted.

thanks everyone the cover i want is to come down and not actually cover the engine then tie round it.

thanks again phil
It looks a bit like the blue ebay covers
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Hi,

Here's 5 stern shots (plenty more if you need them - for most makes of RIB), if you let me know exactly what you're after I can probably take the relevant photo.

The pics in order are: -

Coastline (inboard diesel)
Cobra 755
Ribeye 650
Humber 8m
Ballistic 6.5m

Regards

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The last photo shows a cover made by Cover Care and is what we have. Not the cheapest, but certainly not the most expensive either! They are top qaulity made to measure covers.
Even the recent crazy F10 winds didn't cause any issue with it coming loose.

No connection to them, just a very happy punter!
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This cover was made by Custom Covers NI in Carrickfergus who tailor made it for my RIB
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Another option ( but it does mean all the water drains into the stern so have to remember to take the bung out and tip the front up )
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