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Old 23 November 2011, 06:46   #31
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ok thanks thought that was the case. So what publications (boat related) are there left to buy?
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Old 23 November 2011, 09:48   #32
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Anybody wish to sell a few Old Issues??

Hey gents...I have a new to me Avon just purchased here in San Diego, CA USA...I haven't even taken her home yet but excited about doing so this weekend and taking some pix to share.

It will be a bit of a project and I thought I might glean some information and sources for parts, etc. from the RIB magazines described on this thread.

If anyone has a few extra back issues that they would not mind parting with, I would be willing to buy them. I am certain they would have some great information. I cannot seem to find the magazine on our newstands here.

Any help for a newbie appreciated!

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Old 23 November 2011, 13:30   #33
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RIB Magazine

From rib mag facebook page

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Powerboat & RIB Magazine
Oyster House Media is delighted to announce that as from the 1st of January 2012, RIB Magazine will be rebranded and renamed Powerboat & RIB. This change will provide a single, comprehensive magazine that will cover all forms of powerboating, whether they are RIBs, hard-hulled leisure craft, race boats or professional offshore vessels.
I had noticed that the banner on the mag had gradually altered and recently said that the mag was dedicated to adventure powerboating as opposed to the uk's only mag dedicated to ribs.
If this has already been posted somewhere I trust the mods will shift/delete
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Old 23 November 2011, 13:34   #34
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Great. Now I've got to read all about fletcher f***ing arrowbolts
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Old 23 November 2011, 13:57   #35
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RIBEX is not just ribs either this year... also jetskis etc etc etc-luverly jubbly!
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News on Rib Magazine and Ribex

Just got this through on the email. I can't make my mind up if its a good idea or not.

"One Magazine to serve the ‘Powerboat and RIB’ market – One Show to promote the industry.
Oyster House Media and Events is delighted to announce that as from the 1st of January 2012, RIB Magazine will be rebranded and renamed Powerboat & RIB. This is in response to other key titles in this sector having being suspended and a desire on the part of OHM to provide a single, comprehensive magazine that will cover all forms of powerboating, whether they are RIBs, hard-hulled leisure craft, race boats or professional offshore vessels. Likewise, RIBEX will also be re-branded to reflect this new direction."
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Old 23 November 2011, 15:27   #37
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Nothing like sports boat and rib mag then!

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Old 23 November 2011, 15:43   #38
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The ultimate magazine for all Powerboaters & RIB owners

From the office of RIB Magazine:

One Magazine to serve the ‘Powerboat and RIB’ market – One Show to promote the industry.

Oyster House Media and Events is delighted to announce that as from the 1st of January 2012, RIB Magazine will be rebranded and renamed Powerboat & RIB. This is in response to other key titles in this sector having being suspended and a desire on the part of OHM to provide a single, comprehensive magazine that will cover all forms of powerboating, whether they are RIBs, hard-hulled leisure craft, race boats or professional offshore vessels. Likewise, RIBEX will also be re-branded to reflect this new direction.

We are delighted that many leading companies have truly welcomed this news and are already pledging their support. In the light of this, we can confirm that Powerboat & RIB will be published on a bi-monthly basis and that no increases in advertising rates will be made over and above those previously charged in RIB Magazine. This in recognition of the challenging economic market that the marine industry is facing. The new magazine will be on sale in time for London International Boat Show and will feature a whole fresh stock of material that will continue to be developed and expanded in the months to come. With essential and exclusive contributions from the RYA, international event Organisors, professional maritime experts, plus a hand-picked team of leading journalists forming the nucleus of our expanded writing team, Powerboat & RIB will carry highly informative and timely information throughout its pages.

Benefiting from its existing RIB Magazine readership and distribution, built up since 1994, Powerboat & RIB will be available in printed and digital format, have its own exclusive website and be the chief media partner to our Gunwharf Quays powerboat show. An iTunes App is currently also being developed for future release. The new magazine will be sold in WHSmiths and leading independent newsagents throughout the UK and likewise be sold worldwide via print and digital subscription. Investment will be also be made by OHM to supply the magazine to Yacht Clubs, RYA training establishments and marinas in order to publicise the market and the pastimes it represents.

Features for the next issue include:


Best of the Hard Stuff
10 hard to beat sports packages to suit all pockets

The Fastest Fairy
‘Miss Daisy’, restored and ready to fly!

Lords of the Isles
Scottish RIB cruising with the ‘upper crust’

Ride the Wake
World Champion Wakeboarder, Matt Crowhurst, gives his first exclusive lesson for P&R

Irish Coastguard
Latest All-Weather RIB unveiled

Lake Windermere Speed Records
A full report from the RYA themselves on this latest great event

Offshore Extreme
The tale of the human boat traffickers

Boats on Test
Hydromax Offshore
Voodoo Sports Craft
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Old 23 November 2011, 15:45   #39
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That's lovely Tom... maybe you or your Dad should consider a Trade membership.
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Old 23 November 2011, 15:51   #40
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Thanks however I do not work or benefit from my fathers magazine, simply emailed to myself along with many others, I thought it would be off interest if I did post it.

However I will suggest to my father that OHM purchase a trade membership to be able to provide announcements and also as a way you can channel thoughts and ideas to tailor the magazine.

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