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Old 24 June 2007, 05:41   #11
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Town: The wilds of Wiltshire
Boat name: WhiteNoise/Dominator
Make: Ballistic 7.8/SR5.4
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Originally Posted by Petrov View Post
Yes it looks very similiar, this is a Madera wich also is very similiar, same seat config, console looks the same.
I think its exactly this boat, same fendering, same compass, same engines same patches, grabhandles starts at the same place, a couple of meters before the bow on the outside, the starboard tube is punktured thats why its on the inside.

Might also have something to do with Madera actively seeking the Crompton moulds after the Crompton assets were auctioned...

You've got to admit they are very very sexy boats too.

Some specs for the Crompton with 8 engines-20m long, 5.8m wide. 11 chambers on the tubes, 7 watertight compartments ( ) 60 knots, Dry weight 11,000kg but carries 20,000 litres of fuel... and 1,100,000 Euro pricetag when new...
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