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Old 04 September 2007, 11:26   #11
Country: UK - England
Town: Saltash, Cornwall
Make: Rib less:-(
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Join Date: Sep 2002
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HI Ian
I think you missed my point against seariders which was they are wet rides and due to the flooding hull not so great for the hull shot when water skiing.

I have used searider's and Tornado's equally for safety work, the flooding hull is an advantage when working with small boats but then the Tornado's have a wider hull and give more working space. Basically both do the job well but I feel the Tornado to be a drier ride.

I'm interested to hear that people are not getting a lot of growth in the flooding hull section when left on the water, I wonder if thats due to the light or the local fouling conditions.

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