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  1. #31
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    Default Re: Broom Continental tender size?

    Quote Originally Posted by CX54WEK View Post
    But our sports boat has side decks!
    Yeah 3 inches wide, even a 43 only has 6 inches. Perhaps most boaters would be safer with a bit more. I remember when I had the same boat as you and had to go and put the fenders out under Tower Bridge to go into St Kats. Took my life in my hands. Nope, never again.

  2. #32
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    Default Re: Broom Continental tender size?

    Quote Originally Posted by apollo View Post
    More recently the horror on their faces down river when they floor it and turn round and i am still there, ha ha!
    Actually that must be quite satisfying

    However the look of horror must be like going for a run and turning round to see your granny with her skirt held up right behind you

  3. #33
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    Default Re: Broom Continental tender size?

    any time any place any where...

  4. #34
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    Default Re: Broom Continental tender size?

    Quote Originally Posted by apollo View Post
    Yeah 3 inches wide, even a 43 only has 6 inches. Perhaps most boaters would be safer with a bit more. I remember when I had the same boat as you and had to go and put the fenders out under Tower Bridge to go into St Kats. Took my life in my hands. Nope, never again.
    Never felt unsafe on the bow of ours. The deck is wider on one side then the other so yes one side is easier then the other. Not an issue though.

    I had to go out on the way back from Wells to Boston when it lumpy to retrieve a rope I had not stowed away properly that was aiming for the props. Wasn't an issue. The guard rails are high enough and the decks are wide enough to make it safe to go up front.
    Sealine S23 - Naughty-Cal
    http://naughty-cal.blogspot.co.uk/

  5. #35
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    Default The bit before the season actually starts !

    OK,so we have had a "go" at a Broom owner , the owner of a funny little soapdish with outdrives and me...
    Who,s next ?
    Last edited by oldgit; Yesterday at 11:10.

  6. #36
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    Default Re: The bit before the season actually starts !

    Quote Originally Posted by oldgit View Post
    OK,so we have had a "go" at a Broom owner , the owner of a funny little soapdish with outdrives and me...
    Who,s next ?
    Drives?

    It's only got one!
    Sealine S23 - Naughty-Cal
    http://naughty-cal.blogspot.co.uk/

  7. #37
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    Default Re: The bit before the season actually starts !

    Quote Originally Posted by CX54WEK View Post
    Drives?

    It's only got one!
    Less to go wrong.....

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