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DJS 03 December 2014 14:22

Which Humber
 
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Hi Folks

Which rib is this a Deystroyer or Assault

tonymac 03 December 2014 14:30

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Originally Posted by DJS (Post 658234)
Hi Folks

Which rib is this a Deystroyer or Assault

From this angle it looks like a Destroyer.
Any other pics?

HUMBER P4VWL 03 December 2014 14:32

Which Humber
 
Don't think destroyer has more than one spray rail. I think that has two. Bit pointy as well. Looks like an assault to me.

DJS 03 December 2014 15:03

I have attached another pic
 
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I have attached another pic

Robbie Diesel 04 December 2014 02:13

I would say that's not a Humber at all. A Northcraft perhaps?

SteveHall 04 December 2014 03:23

I would bet on Assault - Thought the destroyer has a higher bow

alystra 04 December 2014 04:55

Certainly not a Destroyer. Might not be Humber. I don't suppose there's a builders plate left on it?

HUMBER P4VWL 04 December 2014 06:23

Where's the "H" on the tubes?
Could have been re tubed.....

Firefly 04 December 2014 18:22

Humber choice
 
Trust me, I've had 2 Destroyers. Fantastic sea boat, superb hull in heavy seas. If I were going for a 5 or 6 ft Rib, I'd have another Destroyer.
Watch out for rot in the deck ply, around screw holes, etc. This can be a weakness in both models.

HUMBER P4VWL 04 December 2014 18:29

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Originally Posted by Firefly (Post 658385)
Trust me, I've had 2 Destroyers. Fantastic sea boat, superb hull in heavy seas. If I were going for a 5 or 6 ft Rib, I'd have another Destroyer.

Watch out for rot in the deck ply, around screw holes, etc. This can be a weakness in both models.


But is it a Humber?


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