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Old 13 October 2003, 09:19   #1
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What's this for ?

my pals Caribe has this little vecro flap just off the bow. I know, I know I should know this - but I don't. Not wishing to sound like a buffoon I told him it was for attaching his anchor warp, which, was of course a wild guess. So, what's it really for ?
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Old 13 October 2003, 09:24   #2
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If theres on both sides it could be used for S&M stuff
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Old 13 October 2003, 09:26   #3
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I wish

Nope, just the one however, I could always fit another !
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Maybe this will help.
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Old 13 October 2003, 10:06   #5
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Ahhh !

Thanks. He has it layed up outside my place at the moment so I'll deftly coil his anchor warp to it whilst he's not about

That's a tantalising picture of what looks like a whopper of a rib, who's is it ? Any more pictures ?
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Self Draining ?

Is it my eyesight ? Is the bow self draining ? Where's the hole ? When she does take on water she looks like she holds quite a bit.
I was looking at Bombardier jetboats a little while ago. One of them had a bow which you could section off and pump full of water to make a jacuzzi. It's true !
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Is it a Flask holder?
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