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Old 23 May 2003, 05:22   #1
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Anyone interested in (buying) SIBS and Inflatables should take a look at the June issue of Yachting Monthly. Great article and full of excellent info.
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Old 23 May 2003, 12:42   #2
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You reading Yachting Monthly, Charles..... I do hope you're not considering adding sails to your boat to get an extra few knots out of it?

Sounds good though, I'll get the mag in Smiths tomorrow....

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Hey, I take an interest in anything that floats! It is Yachting World, and not Monthly, June issue, sorry.
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Same here Charles,mbm,ym,pbo ect.
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The mag I tend to get most months is Practical Boat Owner - I find it quite useful, with some sensible tips and reports in there. Occasionally, I will invest in MBM, but only if I have a few extra quid in my pocket..... I don't personally find that so good in comparison.... probably just me

I never did make it to smiths today.... busy preparing for national waterskiing championships tomorrow at work. I wonder why they don't use ribs to tow the skiers at this event.....

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The mag I tend to get most months is Practical Boat Owner - I find it quite useful, with some sensible tips and reports in there. Occasionally, I will invest in MBM, but only if I have a few extra quid in my pocket..... I don't personally find that so good in comparison.... probably just me

I never did make it to smiths today.... busy preparing for national waterskiing championships tomorrow at work. I wonder why they don't use ribs to tow the skiers at this event.....

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I'll back that one on PBO being the best monthly

the others have the pro's (as you all know i'm a newsagent so read them all free ) and there cons,
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It is Yachting World, and not Monthly, June issue, sorry.
Err, no, you were right first time
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