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Old 26 July 2006, 17:51   #21
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Think the basic problem when towing a row boat is that it is displacement hull and therefore if you try to tow it at planing speeds it is unstable.
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Old 26 July 2006, 18:07   #22
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put row boats on ferry - job done ....
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Old 26 July 2006, 18:15   #23
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Or, carry it on the rib - sorted

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Old 26 July 2006, 18:16   #24
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I'm thinking Camel RIB.....
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Old 26 July 2006, 23:55   #25
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I'm thinking Camel RIB.....
Does a Camel Trophy RIB come with a roof rack?
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Old 27 July 2006, 03:17   #26
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Old 27 July 2006, 03:50   #27
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abit off topic but could anyone give me any advice on towing a 2.6m zodiac zoom behind my avon 6.20
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Old 27 July 2006, 04:43   #28
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any advice on towing a 2.6m zodiac zoom behind my avon 6.20
Yes.
Let it down and stow it.
They take off above 20knt!
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Old 27 July 2006, 07:34   #29
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I wasn't serious when I asked that question but it is nice to see they are properly equipped. I wonder if they have a winch too...
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....and you have actually done this?
YUP - funny you ask me and nobody else......
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