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Grexory
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Grexory
   Old Thread  #8 6 Feb 2023 at 12.25pm    Login    Register
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mushageez
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   Old Thread  #7 5 Feb 2023 at 8.36pm    Login    Register
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yes they look good thanks.
Victory
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Victory
   Old Thread  #6 5 Feb 2023 at 8.10pm    Login    Register
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Have a look at the 8ft or 10ft GRP tenders
From Andy seedhouse boats.
I got an 8ft last year and really happy with it.
Alcatraz
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Alcatraz
   Old Thread  #5 2 Feb 2023 at 9.21am    Login    Register
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Snipers are a good boat - be mindful of any that have been repaired, once water gets into the foam they become damn heavy
mushageez
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   Old Thread  #4 2 Feb 2023 at 9.06am    Login    Register
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Great, i'll take a look at those two.
Beyonce
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   Old Thread  #3 1 Feb 2023 at 9.23pm    Login    Register
Plastimo another brand to look out for, come up on eBay every now and then. An eBay search for fibreglass tender also brings up a few options old and new.
Ged
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   Old Thread  #2 1 Feb 2023 at 6.14pm    Login    Register
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Might be worth a look at Morton boats - https://www.fun-yak.co.uk/product-category/fun-yak-boats/ they might have something suitable.
mushageez
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   Old Thread  #1 1 Feb 2023 at 3.41pm    Login    Register
I need a hard bottomed boat for moving gear round a lake and only ever used the bic type boats before which arent ideal, i need something a bit bigger and been told the sniper in 8 or 10 ft would be ideal. Its looking like these are hard to get is there any other type of boat that might be suitable other than the bic, thanks.
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