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    Default An Unusual but nice sight on the Hamble!!


    so I took some pictures so you all could enjoy!













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    A Thing of Beauty

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnybuoy View Post
    A Thing of Beauty
    very much so... TBH these photos don't do it justice

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    ooh thats nice what is it?

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    Worrisit?

    Worrever it is, I presume the gear boxes are mounted forward of the engines, or judging where the shafts appear out of the hull the engines would be in the bow!

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    It looks like a Riva Aquariva Gucci.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kipper View Post
    ooh thats nice what is it?
    http://www.riva-yacht.com/visitors/i...n&mod=aquariva

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    Quote Originally Posted by Major Catastrophe View Post
    Worrisit?

    Worrever it is, I presume the gear boxes are mounted forward of the engines, or judging where the shafts appear out of the hull the engines would be in the bow!
    two speed gearboxes at that so i presume on a v drive.

    only a 16.5 deg deadrise tho so wont be too happy in a head sea. mind you would you want to get it wet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kipper View Post
    two speed gearboxes at that so i presume on a v drive.

    only a 16.5 deg deadrise tho so wont be too happy in a head sea. mind you would you want to get it wet.

    ....you don't get much of a head sea on an italian lake.... which is the best place for these beauties

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    There's a Riverama in Dartmouth - haven't seen it out yet though
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