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Old 01 October 2013, 18:07   #21
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Yeah

Here's the thread.....

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Old 03 October 2013, 17:10   #22
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Hi, these two examples seem pretty good. The Hysucat 6.5 was in Canada and it even had a diesel heater....
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Old 04 October 2013, 05:00   #23
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Had a 'Dry Run' in the Barn the other day by Rigging a Line from the Top of the Consul screen to the A-fame Tow Post (Another reason to have one!)...and putting a Hammock Tarp over,secured to the Lifeline rings.Looked realy good and Practicle!
With the two back seats removed fits a Double airbed in fine too
Realy Fancey some Dawn/First light Bass fishing next season from the Boat...without the 2am home start!!
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Old 04 October 2013, 05:22   #24
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Had a 'Dry Run' in the Barn the other day by Rigging a Line from the Top of the Consul screen to the A-fame Tow Post (Another reason to have one!)...and putting a Hammock Tarp over,secured to the Lifeline rings.Looked realy good and Practicle! With the two back seats removed fits a Double airbed in fine too Realy Fancey some Dawn/First light Bass fishing next season from the Boat...without the 2am home start!!
Sounds like a plan
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Old 04 October 2013, 05:50   #25
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Had a 'Dry Run' in the Barn the other day by Rigging a Line from the Top of the Consul screen to the A-fame Tow Post (Another reason to have one!)...and putting a Hammock Tarp over,secured to the Lifeline rings.Looked realy good and Practicle!
With the two back seats removed fits a Double airbed in fine too
Realy Fancey some Dawn/First light Bass fishing next season from the Boat...without the 2am home start!!
Did something similar on my first attempt. Couldn't close off the forward end effectively though, so ended up freezing in a wind tunnel. Current creation has full standing headroom, trendy oval portholes and open after end to frame the view.
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Here's one. On ebay right now in greece
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Old 04 October 2013, 09:13   #27
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Old 04 October 2013, 12:17   #28
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Old 04 October 2013, 13:47   #29
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I like that!
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Old 04 October 2013, 14:38   #30
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When adding accommodation to a vessel you really do have to know when to call it a day.

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