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Old 21 February 2005, 13:38   #11
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Who will buy the Guinness!

If the story on the Poland trip is true Andre, I think you need to buy the Graham chap a Barrel of Guinness and not just a pint!
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Old 21 February 2005, 15:22   #12
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If the story on the Poland trip is true Andre, I think you need to buy the Graham chap a Barrel of Guinness and not just a pint!
What story ,there is no story to tell
anyway the vodka was on me . It is now Guinness time
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Old 22 February 2005, 03:11   #13
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Hi Pedro,
I have a 10m Quinquari marine RIB for sale.
It will be two years old in June and is in excellent working order. It has twin 175 Evinrudes, radar, GPS, DSC radio plus a standard radio and much more.
There is also a double A frame.
The boat is MCA Cat 4 coded and will be sold with all its safety equipement.
There is a triple axle trailer and a spare 175 Hp Evinrude available as well.
The boat is designed with an aft consol and several rows of bench seats forward of this.These seats can be removed and replaced by a dive bottle rack if that is what you are looking for.
The RIB is in the water and being used at the moment. If you wanted the RIB it could be picked up very soon.
If you would like photos or some more information please call me on 0044 7811 361852
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Surly you wouldn’t take someone to Poland to squander their time and money again. Have you know moral standards. see you in Dublin
I am thinking of such a rib, anything wrong?
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Old 24 April 2005, 13:25   #15
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I am thinking of such a rib, anything wrong?
Martin

There is nothing wrong but suggest you maintain your discussions with Peder
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Old 24 April 2005, 16:37   #16
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Humber all the way...

for larger ribs for diving there is only one way to go, and that is with Humber inflatables, they do 10 11 m craft which are fitted out by Quinquari marine, they are superb offshore, best boats of hard, strong dive boats to date! go with them if i were you! give them a call im sure they could knock up a boat relatively quick!
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Old 24 April 2005, 17:07   #17
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for larger ribs for diving there is only one way to go, and that is with Humber inflatables
I reckon that the guys at Redbay might just disagree with you!

http://www.puffin.org.uk/framerib0201.html
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Martin

There is nothing wrong but suggest you maintain your discussions with Peder

Graham unfortunately I see you are a bad looser IT WAS NOT A GAME I WAS PLAYING
There is no story to tell IT IS A BIG STORY
There is nothing wrong but suggest you maintain your discussions with Peder WHE DO YOU SUGGEST THERE IS NOTHING WRONG?
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I reckon that the guys at Redbay might just disagree with you!

http://www.puffin.org.uk/framerib0201.html
Or if you want something REALLY serious

http://www.ribworker.com/

They don't ALL look like workboats though

http://www.ribworker.com/riviera.htm

Experience sencond to none when it comes to designing boats for REALLY heavy seas!!!
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Old 25 April 2005, 11:03   #20
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Graham unfortunately I see you are a bad looser IT WAS NOT A GAME I WAS PLAYING
There is no story to tell IT IS A BIG STORY
There is nothing wrong but suggest you maintain your discussions with Peder WHE DO YOU SUGGEST THERE IS NOTHING WRONG?
Hallo Graham

If you think there is a story then please tell it as I am sure many of the forums members would be interested to hear what you have to say.
and please don't miss anything out cos that would not be fair
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