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Old 10 January 2006, 17:24   #41
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I think that I'm ok in both depts thanks. 6'2" and 15 stone kinda took care of both, thanks all the same. Defi no prob with money either, I just think it a little crass to mention one's wealth. My wife has a friend who's husband has a 9 seater private jet and a Helicopter which the wife gets to flit off for lunch in, the cool thing is, no one knows about either other than very close friends.
No problem, I accept your apology

For the record I didn't mention wealth in my opening post. You did and I played along.

Oh and I'm 6ft7in and 19 stone, so that must make me hung like a horse
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Old 10 January 2006, 17:28   #42
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I dunno Mollers, I'm deffo gettin' a whiff of the greeneyed monster here. Mr Magnum is being perfectly reasonable and my "sense-a-nob" sonar didn't even twitch. Are you sure you haven't got your sensitivity gain control cranked up a bit high?
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Old 10 January 2006, 17:32   #43
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If I had money would I be able to have a bik di** as well!

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Old 10 January 2006, 17:47   #44
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By the way he was performing safety boat duty at the time!
Was he wearing his dry suit?
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Old 10 January 2006, 18:05   #45
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ZODIAC CZ7 would seem to fit the bill - but maybe I'm biased. It's got the range, speed, all weather and two engines

ATB with whatever you buy

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Old 10 January 2006, 18:16   #46
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i thought theyre was no relation to feet or fat when it comes to how hung you are!! scientifically proven... or so my missus says
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Old 11 January 2006, 02:46   #47
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I dunno Mollers, I'm deffo gettin' a whiff of the greeneyed monster here. Mr Magnum is being perfectly reasonable and my "sense-a-nob" sonar didn't even twitch. Are you sure you haven't got your sensitivity gain control cranked up a bit high?
Defi not jealous Hard1 . I'm very content with my lot and a little more modest than our friend. Anyway shall we stick to the Rib topic now, I'm sure that Magnums future postings will impress us with his wealth, whoops! I meant knowledge!!
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Old 11 January 2006, 02:52   #48
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What about the Rupert 32 OB CC With a Twin Mercury Verado 275?
Costs : 139.680,-
They also do custom build. But that part of the site is down.
http://www.rupertmarine.com/en/r30.asp
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What about the Rupert 32 OB CC With a Twin Mercury Verado 275?
Costs : 139.680,-
They also do custom build. But that part of the site is down.
http://www.rupertmarine.com/en/r30.asp
The Rupert sounds as if it would right up this guys street!!
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Was he wearing his dry suit?
No he wasn't! (he doesn't own one!)

To be honest - If Magnum is looking at 9m boats, Our boat of just under 8 isn't going to compete when it comes to rough weather anyway purely on size - one of the few occasions it does matter!
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