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Old 04 October 2011, 03:16   #41
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Yep, have to agree it was a great day out, would have liked to have come to Gazelle for drinks at the end but needed to get back, hope you didn't get too drunk Paul!!! Good pics Chris, will try to load on some of ours later once I've sussed out how to do it. If not will try to send via email to you.
Hope to be out again before end October so maybe we'll catch up again
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we had an brilliant run from puffin island to conwy, flat water and sunshine all the way thanks to cardinal paul
Stop rubbing it in, the only white water l'v seen lately is the log run at sea world last friday lol.Chris you bugger the pics look great, missed out again.
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Yep, have to agree it was a great day out, would have liked to have come to Gazelle for drinks at the end but needed to get back, hope you didn't get too drunk Paul!!! Good pics Chris, will try to load on some of ours later once I've sussed out how to do it. If not will try to send via email to you.
Hope to be out again before end October so maybe we'll catch up again
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come on cookie, can't be hard if i can do it

yes, would be nice to catch up again, even if only for a blast through the straits to wake paul up
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Stop rubbing it in, the only white water l'v seen lately is the log run at sea world last friday lol.Chris you bugger the pics look great, missed out again.
wot you doing lookin at this, your supposed to be on your hols enjoying yourself, guess orlando aint got owt to match the straits eh
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even if only for a blast through the straits to wake paul up
paul? der mean Cardinal Paul
Blasting through the Straits is great 12 months of the year
I know----- I have the frostbite marks to prove it
Black an yellow (just like a Cardinal) reminders on me toes and other extremities
swmbo has promised me some better footwear than me sandals this Crimbo
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paul? der mean Cardinal Paul


sorry, i forgot, cardinal paul is the one
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Careful not to miss the gazelle soon guys, the cardinal buoy is being removed soon for winter!

Cheers fir navigating kwak', hope you sorted the trim out!

I'll post my pics soon, on phone at mo as house is packed up to move on Friday.

Anyone got the ribnet app working on the iPhone? I have it but I can't post, I can log in and read, but I can't see where to press to post.

Using safari to post at mo, but can't put pics through that? Tony t (rib kid)?
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Careful not to miss the gazelle soon guys, the cardinal buoy is being removed soon for winter!

Cheers fir navigating kwak', hope you sorted the trim out!
Don't remove the Cardinal too soon
It's been a blessing all Summer for the purpose of navigation and teaching peeps (saves going all the way to Caernarfon)
Anyway
Oct/ Nov/ Dec can be better than March and April sometimes!
Anyway
Dunno if I can get back into the Gazelle
Der think the new Guys will know me?
Been hiding from a bar bill since 1978
Take her out clean her bum
I have some magic stuff (not antifoul) that will keep her bum smooth through the next few months

Oh yeh the trim
DM has sussed it we reckon
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Cept I had to pour Courvosier down DM That evening!!!!!!!
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What you got? As we're intending to foul the underside of tubes at rear in black next season!
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we have no problem if you can sign in you should be able to post pics
on the page your viewing press refresh,then reply to tread then at the top press the +key then attach photos from either camera or photo libary on your phone
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What you got? As we're intending to foul the underside of tubes at rear in black next season!
We stick/brush this stuff on
Bugger me I can't remember the name of it at the Mo!
We tried it on our Ribeye 785 last backend (Sept till Feb moored in the Basin at Dinorwic }
Took the boat out and jetwashed it
Stuff fell off
Bum was as clean as a whistle.
Mind you the boat had moved a lot in that period doing RYA stuff and trips etc etc
Stuck it back in, in late March
With a new application of this 'slippy stuff'
It deffo works
As long as the boat doesn't 'sit' too long
Gonna apply it to GED's old rib, the Aircraft you saw us in
Probably very soon
Cos it's gonna sit in Dinorwic marina
But will be active this back end / winter
So we shall see what the results are
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Why do Peeps go off the water in the 'winter' it aint much different to the Summer
Praps that's another another thread worth explorin
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Why do Peeps go off the water in the 'winter' it aint much different to the Summer

Cos the insurance companies don't insure them on the moorings after October, some September! Storage free at home, boatyards expensive for one or two run outs.

Let me know the name and how you get on if you could.
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Why do Peeps go off the water in the 'winter' it aint much different to the Summer

Cos the insurance companies don't insure them on the moorings after October, some September! Storage free at home, boatyards expensive for one or two run outs.

Let me know the name and how you get on if you could.
Yep, will post the name of the stuff for all to see
Ref insurance on the Strait
I have had ribs and hard baots moored 10
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Why do Peeps go off the water in the 'winter' it aint much different to the Summer

Cos the insurance companies don't insure them on the moorings after October, some September! Storage free at home, boatyards expensive for one or two run outs.

Let me know the name and how you get on if you could.
Yep, will post the name of the stuff for all to see
Ref insurance on the Strait
I have had ribs and hard boats moored 10 Months minimum on swinging moorings on the Strait in the past with no prob
Who are you with Paul?
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Yep, will post the name of the stuff for all to see
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I have had ribs and hard boats moored 10 Months minimum on swinging moorings on the Strait in the past with no prob
Who are you with Paul?
He's with Cardinal
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He's with Cardinal


Should be dead cheap then
WOT 25kts

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Why do Peeps go off the water in the 'winter' it aint much different to the Summer

Cos the insurance companies don't insure them on the moorings after October, some September! Storage free at home, boatyards expensive for one or two run outs.

Let me know the name and how you get on if you could.
The stuff we stick on our rib's hulls is
'Safe Boat Skin'
Insurance Co.s we have used for 12 months 'afloat' cover
Are
GJW Direct
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Porthcawl
We have no commercial interest in any of the above by the way
The boat skin suff seems to work OK
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wales and up river Conwy

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Yep I have, what a clever girl!! here are some more, would post a video but not sussed that one! (maybe not that clever then)
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Yep I have, what a clever girl!! here are some more, would post a video but not sussed that one! (maybe not that clever then)
Not Bad For A GIRL .... will we have to wait 6 months for you to suss out the video
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