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Old 07 May 2015, 17:10   #11
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I'll be there with one of my colleagues from York Rescue Boat.
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Here is a preview of the Parker 650 which will be at Seawork on the water.
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Here is a preview of the Parker 650 which will be at Seawork on the water.
Not sure about the railway bridge over the console, but the rest is nice

I wish I could ... dates don't fit in with any excuse for me!
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Not sure about the railway bridge over the console, but the rest is nice

I wish I could ... dates don't fit in with any excuse for me!
There is always a reason for something. One is the radar dome and another is the hailer which is hung under the console A frame also if you look closely at the starboard side of that A frame you will see a stand for a FLIR thermovision camera. This will be installed at a later date and cannot be obstructed hence the forward positioning.

There will also be 2 searchlights suspended from the console frame.
With so much equipment required we had to add the addition A frame. Anyway it does look good

This A Frame is also perfect to hold on to in heavy seas

The prime role of this rib will be SEARCH hence the two Lowrance Multi function viewers which are connected in a network with sonic scan to view the sea bed, radar and GPS chartplotter, AIS for receiving and transmitting. At a later date cordless intercom will be installed .
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Chiorino will be there, stand B151, if anyone would like to discuss tube materials/nameplates.
Jankel, Stand D13, will be showing latest-technology shock-mitigating seating, currently being installed on RNLI craft.

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