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Old 25 August 2004, 11:43   #1
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Does anyone know if there lives such a person who will give a RIB a thorough once over, checking the integrity of the hull, looking at the boat/engine combination etc. and in so doing give a ball park figure of market value?

I'd be interested to get their details if so.

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Old 25 August 2004, 12:14   #2
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I'd be happy to do that for you, go over the rib that is but you really need a surveyor to confirm hull integrity. Searider springs to mind
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Old 25 August 2004, 12:20   #3
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I'd be happy to do that for you, go over the rib that is but you really need a surveyor to confirm hull integrity. Searider springs to mind
Hello there Mr Wave!
Thanks for your response. I will give you a call and see when it's convenient for you.

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You could join the RNLI offshore member, and cash in your free sea safety check? - just an idea -

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Bajan, you buying or selling!

Surely your not selling the deepsea21 are you!

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Old 25 August 2004, 17:26   #6
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Bajan, you buying or selling!

Surely your not selling the deepsea21 are you!

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Hi there Andy!
Contemplating the idea of selling and getting something else or upgrading the engine etc on this one. I'm partial to keeping this one as it's perfect for our needs, but I still wouldn't mind kowing what it might fetch and just to have it looked over by a surveyor as we've never had it done. It's more to satisfy my curiousity than anything else. There seems to be so few BWMs around I can't get a good grasp on what they would be worth.

I'll probably end up keeping it and changing the engine, but it would be nice to have an idea of it's market value anyways.

How's your's going?
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Old 25 August 2004, 17:27   #7
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Thanks Olly, I'll keep that in mind, it's a good idea.
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Yeh....Boats great, had the rubbing strake come off the front the other day, I guess at the age that it is the glues gone hard and a few stuffed waves displaced them. Fixed now though! Will be fitting a bench seat base for extra storage shortly but just got a small 4x4 so slipway problems should be no more .

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I am a sea safety advisor for the RNLI and we will not look at the integrity of the hull etc. We will only advise on safety equipment needed for the vessel. You will need a marine engineer to check your engine and a surveyor for the hull. Cant give you any names though.
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Old 25 August 2004, 18:04   #10
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Hi Bajan,
Whilst I'm no expert I'll help if I can, and can certianly let you know if it's a RIB I would consider or one I would walk away from.
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