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Old 08 August 2007, 02:43   #1
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Zap Cat in the channel

Anybody on here? Yellow Zapcat and a large Couger off Alderney yesterday afternoon? Looked like you were crossing, did you?
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Old 08 August 2007, 03:13   #2
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That was Hugo and Tom coming back from St Peters port. Hugo was in the 10mtr Cougar Rib and Tom was in the Zap cat.

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Old 08 August 2007, 04:16   #3
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That was Hugo and Tom coming back from St Peters port. Hugo was in the 10mtr Cougar Rib and Tom was in the Zap cat.

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Now thats just plain silly....
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Old 08 August 2007, 17:38   #4
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That was Hugo and Tom coming back from St Peters port. Hugo was in the 10mtr Cougar Rib and Tom was in the Zap cat.

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Hi there, it wasn't a zap-cat (cause there rubbish) it was a ceasar thunder-bolt.
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Yep it was my Ceasar Thunderbolt Tom took over, they were proving that such a trip could be done in that type of boat. Happy to say they made it there and back in one piece comfortably and with the boat completely 100% in tact. I can't say too much yet as they are doing a write up in Rib International.

Apparently the Thunderbolt got a fantastic amount of interest over there, also going to get a great review as they were most impressed with it.
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