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Old 15 November 2003, 04:48   #21
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Julie thats a brilliant idea. There is going to be a queue

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Old 15 November 2003, 08:01   #22
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Hey I havent been invited to have a stand! Have I upse someone?
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Hey I havent been invited to have a stand! Have I upset someone?

Dominic you could never upset anyone,

Have a word with Hugo.

Some of you may have already read in Rib International that tickets will priced about £10.00 per day to include ferry crossing.

As a lot of you are comming by boat and staying over I am waiting on a reply from Hugo for cost of Ticket plus mooring fee.

Julie, I think this is an excellent idea Prop selection is always difficult so with experts to hand and a selction to try what more could we wish for

Look forward to meeting you & your team.
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Old 15 November 2003, 16:54   #24
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Prop trials is a superb idea. I'm coming by boat anyway, but i'd be up for that.
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Prop Testing

OK, great response, I've liked everything I've heard so far, so I'm getting more towards the will do stage than perhaps!

If you want to "try a prop" could let me know what rib you have, the engine, single or twin, and the main use i.e. general purpose, diving, cruising etc. I can get an idea what type of props it would be best to take, I don't want to end up lugging props over to IOW that your not interested in......
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We shall definitely be coming over in Pilchard if there is mooring available at Cowes. I would be very interested in finding out if a s/s prop would give me the extra few knots I crave!! -- see ya there!!
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