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Old 28-03-2007, 08:38 PM   #1
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Now, Mr.Tom Lumley has one..and this other guy has one too, its called something like a Chiarder?, or Shairder?..a Californian ski boat...any idea's or correct spelling info!, pic's?..sum one must know what i'm on about!, thanks guy's ..
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Old 28-03-2007, 09:05 PM   #2
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Now, Mr.Tom Lumley has one..and this other guy has one too, its called something like a Chiarder?, or Shairder?..a Californian ski boat...any idea's or correct spelling info!, pic's?..sum one must know what i'm on about!, thanks guy's ..
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Old 28-03-2007, 09:26 PM   #3
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Not what you would expect for a "boat" website ............

is that a transparent engine cover on the 43 or has it just fell off ?
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Old 28-03-2007, 09:47 PM   #4
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here you go, this was for sale last year, gone to holland now. It hooked at Cardiff too.
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what did that one sell for bud?, are they good?, i have been offered a 20 and a 21...
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Don't know how much dude as he traded it in for a hallett inboard. Very light as bulsa construction but not sure if any good in the rough as very flat bottom, very wide too.
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Not what you would expect for a "boat" website ............

is that a transparent engine cover on the 43 or has it just fell off ?
Is the girl on the 43' breastfeeding someone?
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what did that one sell for bud?, are they good?, i have been offered a 20 and a 21...
I couldn't really say if they were any good as i have only seen a few.

We raced against the odd one over the years in ski racing (Nick Butler skied behind one for a few seasons) they are quick and surprisingly good in the rough. The made an "air entrapment version too (two tunnels under) and the were even quicker. But as for the build quality I dont know
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thanks bud, just been on the fone to Greg and got the low-down, i think i'm goin to go and have a look but i really wanted a twin rig set-up..
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Schiada's do go surprisingly well in the rough. The build quality is legendary in the States which is why they always command such high resale values over there. Scott Murrey ski raced a 20' tunnel with a worked on 225 OMC - it was quick but I don't think it was any faster than his previous 20' Phantom.
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Thanks bud, is there any thats for sale that you or anyone know's of?...cheers!
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