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Old 06 November 2006, 03:18   #11
Country: Other
Town: Stanley, Falkland Is
Boat name: Seawolf
Make: Osprey Vipermax 5.8
Length: 5m +
Engine: Etec 150
Join Date: Mar 2006
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Originally Posted by mdt View Post

Can you not swap the back rests over form front to rear would give your rear passenger something better to hang onto.
Will probably do that - I had thought the very same thing - but the little things like that are on the "to do" list somewhere below "stop the F thing exploding every time it gets wet", the first few trips will be solo anyway waited with bated breath for the next tube explosion.

I had thought about ordering another new stainless hoop assy from Humber because it is very nicely made and a big improvement over the original one, if I had realised they had changed the design I would have got two hoops with the seat but the fixed costs for shipping things here by seafreight are significant.

A Boat is a hole in the water, surrounded by fibreglass, into which you throw money...

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