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Old 10 March 2010, 07:54   #21
Country: UK - England
Town: manchester
Length: 5m +
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Originally Posted by Ally S View Post
Funnily enough we have just placed an order with ribcraft as well after much soul searching, and having sold the old redbay. Went for the exact same colour scheme - black tubes, black hull and even the red piping on the seats! Sticking with a stainless a frame though.

Great minds think alike!
please pm pictures when you get some . it does take soul searching did you go for red life lines or black also what size rib have you gone for ,console ,seats

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Old 10 March 2010, 12:04   #22
Country: UK - Scotland
Town: Edinburgh
Boat name: Sula / Mingulay
Make: Ribcraft 7.8/4m avon
Length: 7m +
Engine: 300 hp outboard
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Yep no bother - we are in the early stages so no pics as yet but will send some through when i get them off Dorian.

We've gone for a 7.8m and seating wise we ended up with one scotseat next to a single jockey behind the console, side by side single jockeys behind and then a pair of twin jockeys behind them. Engine wise we got seduced by the fly by wire and ended up with a Suzuki 300. Boys will be boys i guess!

Went for black life lines

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