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Old 23 April 2004, 17:59   #41
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[QUOTE=timofengland] I've got three or four fairly stable single sculls, all come with aluminium riggers, sliding seat etc.

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I might be interested in a scull, do you have one for 90kg.
I used to row for Molesey and Quintin and am now Cambridge based.

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Old 24 April 2004, 04:43   #42
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I'd have to check exact weights, but we had one guy who was pretty "chunkey" sculling in one of these so I'm sure I have something that would suite.
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Old 25 April 2004, 09:59   #43
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Old 25 April 2004, 10:01   #44
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Old 29 April 2004, 06:31   #45
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I thought I'd give the forum a go. I'm a terrible bloke for hobbies - you name it and I've done it ! Anyway, I've been rowing in the spare room for about 3 months in an attempt to lose some weight. In fact I've become quite keen on this rowing lark and fancy buying some sort of skiff capable of handling the sea. I've attached a picture of the type of thing I'm after and if anyone happens to know of something similar lying around "For Sale" please let me know. Thanks. Graeme
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These are very good at handling the sea and would keep you fit!!

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...475681310&rd=1

BRAND NEW CORACLE ,LOOK AT THIS FOR UNUSUAL..!
ITS NO RESERVE!! Item number: 2475681310

Just look out for the wash from the Ribs coming to have a look!!

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Old 11 September 2008, 10:13   #46
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Hi Guys..........remember me......it's

.........been a while !

I'm remain interested in purchasing a rowing skiff if anyone knows of one !

In other news - I still have the Medline II - she still floats however, given the weather this summer I've had her in the water no more than 4 times - terrible I know and certainly not up to the standards once aclaimed when I'd be out in all conditions spearhading a cruise with the likes of Jono and Phil Davies.

Anyway - nice to be back, albeit brief - hope you are all well
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Anyway - nice to be back
an itts nise too sea yew bakk yew nobbur.

wy didd thay lett yew owt erly? i thort yew ad anuvver tenn yeers too doo.

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It was for..........

...........good behaviour and of course, the parole board believed me when I promised never to fondle the pointy bits on me sponsons in public again, or at least if I did, not to do it naked knee high in mud outside the harbour master office in Pwhelli Marina on lifeboat open day.
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