i was going to say that they are not both ospreys.....
brads boat has a lot less bow rise than mine but also he had loads of fuel strapped into the front of his boat making matters even worse
i have a clear 1.5 m advantage as my boat is nearer 6.9 m than 6.5 and when the boats are side by side the difference is quite noticable.
brad got wet quite a lot during the day and i would venture to say he never really stuffed it in the true sense of the word he just got splashed a lot. main prob was the heavy load at the front of the boat and the vid was actually the worse one of the day by all accounts. we had a fair bit of wind and a bit of chop which swept any airborne water over the boat which did not help.
Brad Roy and myself will be out and about on the water over the next few days so we shall have some fun and we can do some more pics and vids hopefully
with the 200 we have been airborne a lot of times and the vid was a tiny tiny airbourn incident but i must say that it always lands very nicely and softly so very chuffed, does nto seem to be in any way tail heavy so far