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Old 27 April 2010, 03:36   #1
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SportsBoat and RIB Show

The SportsBoat show is back and it's moved and it's free! It's now at Ocean Village on the 22nd and 23rd of May Show website I'll be there with a bunch of Raceboats and Race RIBs as well as a load of other gorgeous floating stuff - come and say hi!
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Old 27 April 2010, 03:44   #2
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Scot Seats KPM Marine will be there as well showing our shock mitigation seats come along and say hello and try our seats at the same time.
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Old 27 April 2010, 08:36   #3
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Looking forward to trying those out!
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Old 21 May 2010, 03:08   #4
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It's this weekend and I'll be there for the duration with our Jet RIB see you there! You can even get there by water here's the website: Link
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i'll be there with GEE, winner of round britain 2008, historic class, come and say hello
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sitting in premier inn 10 mins away beeer in hand ready to enjoy the sun and view some nice craft
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really? you were hiding well!
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To be fair the jet rib didn't make it due to wheel bearing and brake lining issues - but I was there!
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To be fair the jet rib didn't make it due to wheel bearing and brake lining issues - but I was there!
Yes but we only went for the boat!
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Now although i didnt go to ribex or Sports Boat and Rib, if everyone said ribex was quiet, those pictures dont look to be heaving with people either!!!

maybe it was too hot for people this weekend? From the safe confides of Hamble spit yesterday afternoon at low tide, the Solent looked pretty quiet in comparison to the weekend before where it was positively rammed with rag and sticks and just about anything that floated!

any reports from the show? was it any good??
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From the safe confides of Hamble spit yesterday afternoon at low tide, the Solent looked pretty quiet
was that you out on the spit fast asleep using a dog as a pillow...

and a rising tide warning system
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i had a good weekend at the show, plenty of eye candy, good weather and good company, what more could i ask for
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i had a good weekend at the show, plenty of eye candy, good weather and good company, what more could i ask for
Yeh, but you could have done without that guy vandalising Gee!
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Several people said that there were more people on Saturday than the whole of Ribex - that wasn't based on any statistics just a general feeling, and on Sunday the pontoons were very busy having to wait for people to pass at times.
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Several people said that there were more people on Saturday than the whole of Ribex - that wasn't based on any statistics just a general feeling, and on Sunday the pontoons were very busy having to wait for people to pass at times.
As i say, i didnt go to either but speaing to the manager of the marina he said it was very busy so i take it back!!

I think Ocean vilage is the right venue in so much as its accessable for most people, theres plenty of car parking and you can still get to it by water as well!

As for being on the spit using the dog as a pillow, i suspect Dave the Labrador puppy wouldnt make the greatest pillow in the world! he would far prefer to swim across the channel and say hello to all the interesting people!
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the man who runs ridex does not wont to know that us people who live up north do not wont to have to drive to southhapton get on a boat then do the same for the return.if it was in southhampton we could cope
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i did see Hugo MS at the sports boat show, i did feel for him in regards to the weather
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i did see Hugo MS at the sports boat show, i did feel for him in regards to the weather
Yes there was a stark contrast but cast your mind back to 2008, it was hotter at ribex than it was this weekend at the SB&R....
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