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Old 07 March 2003, 18:45   #11
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Thanks to everybody as it has been a real long haul and I am not there yet, but I got a great start so thanks to all of you.
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Old 08 March 2003, 06:24   #12
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Dare I say that it looks like a RIBTEC? Alan P
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Old 08 March 2003, 06:35   #13
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I Shall take that as a great compliment Alan

There are very few ribs in my opinion that are capable of crossing the Globe in comfort, and you have one of them.

and Im a happy bunny

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Old 08 March 2003, 11:04   #14
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May have missed from previous posts , but when is this new King of Rib.net making its debut, is it still being built and are there any build pics available ?

A superb website also.

Havnt also figured out ( probably because I havnt been reading all the posts ) whether it is for private pleasure use or is it for commercial use ?

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Old 08 March 2003, 11:45   #15
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It would be wrong to infer that this boat is a king of rib net,as I am of the oppinion that you can have as much fun and enjoyment with a Avon Redcrest and otheres as you can with a bigger boat.

The build starts in 2 months time and it will be finished for September the 14th 2003 then its sea trialing and bringing it home on the back of a Container Ship for me.

She is designed for Cat B RCD and MCA work boat code ,if I decide to do commercial work with her then we have assumed when designing that we would get 60 miles MCA offshore work boat code,should I jack the 9/5 in and do what I enjoy most.Which is messing about in boats

I will post some pictures as she developes.
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