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Old 20 April 2004, 14:19   #11
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no fat ba**erds

o look deck space , my advice is only take thin divers if you can find one and keep the fuel bill down. CHARGE THEM PER WEIGHT loads of profit but start it at 14 stone as i aint seen a thin one yet LOL LOL hold on to your hats this post is about to go big
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Old 20 April 2004, 14:37   #12
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That must be a Destroyer, as it doesn't look beamy enough to be the more realistic 2.6m beam Ocean Pro.

Even my 6.5m Ribtec looks Wider
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Old 20 April 2004, 14:48   #13
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extream it says on the papperwork , from humber . come on divers i baited the lobster pot, and no one has been good enough to rush in and defend your bubble blowing bretherin . is there a thin one out there. all in good taste maybe a pic of you obviosly not side on LOL or just to prove some people wrong .that you can all fit on a rib . perhaps someone will re post the pic of all those irish lads 14 i remember on the red bay
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No names but he'll see and probably hate me. There are SOME thin divers out there. (Thats me on the right )
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Old 20 April 2004, 15:24   #15
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Oh look, telephone number of the previous owner, could always ring him and ask abut the startling performance with 8 divers and twin sets. Although I agree with Riva at 4 knots the fuel consumption will be good.

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Old 20 April 2004, 15:30   #16
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So come on Riva what commission is JK going to get from ribs for sale for all this advertising ?

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Old 20 April 2004, 15:31   #17
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PETE YOU CANT BE A DIVER CAN YOU? i mean thats pritty intelegent stuff useing a phone i mean LOL yes i stand corrected there is one thinish diver around o phrays be to alla . and back to the top again by the way did i mention www.ribsforsale.com
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Riva, you still haven't answered the question, why did you recommend this boat as a perfect rig for 8 divers ? or is it that you stand to do very nicely out of selling it.

I don't have a problem with you selling boats so long as those reading the post know. You could have said "we have a boat for sale that might be suitable, why not come down and trial it".

34k for sarf african ex race rib, pleeeease!

Yes I have done some diving in my time.

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Old 20 April 2004, 16:22   #19
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OK PETE I HAVE BLOWEN A FEW BUBBLES ON A VERY SIMILER RIB AND IT WAS VERY CAPPABLE WITH 8 ON IT . the fact is i know the lad who used to use the rib if thats ok . and its waiting for a good home , as for commenting on any other ribs i would suggest you look before you leep down that road my freind .as personaly ive seen some very good dare i say evan better workmanship from s.a. than some european things that seem to be raved about . all i can say is look at things for what they really are and dont be branded by the hype make your owan mind up i do mine only when i look at it though , the same way as you may not think a bentaly is worth 200k until you look at it
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Riva, I am not knocking the quality just the price! but I suppose it might have driven gently for the first thousand miles and therefore you could describe it as "Just run in" when you advertise it. Would this make you sound like a dodgy estate agent, oh sorry.

Anyway best of luck selling it, do let us know what it eventually goes for as we really would be interested.

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