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Old 30-12-2012, 09:48 AM   #1
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Sunday viewing........

http://www.northoffshore.com/gallery.htm

http://www.teamwesterlundracing.se/eng/?page_id=12

http://www.tmboatracing.se/x95.asp

http://web.comhem.se/~u85209111/nor.html (check out the second boat in the 2003 race photo´s - inboard Frode!)

http://svera.se/blogg/for-my-friends...-championship/ (some good links on this page)

http://offshoreangel.wordpress.com/race-season-2012/
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Old 30-12-2012, 10:12 AM   #2
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http://www.boatdesign.net/gallery/sh...92/ppuser/5562

Computer rendering but wow - looks good.....
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Old 30-12-2012, 10:27 AM   #3
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Computer rendering but wow - looks good.....
If you click through the never built Tom Montgomery-Swan boat you'll get to the BananaShark Stirling, all drawn by the very talented "Scand" on here!
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http://www.thecartorialist.com/?p=5719#more-5719

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Old 30-12-2012, 11:04 AM   #5
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http://www.yorg.it/barche/barche.html

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better have some music to listen to as well whilst surfing
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Old 05-01-2013, 11:47 AM   #7
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Some old school stuff here............





This guy has some nice vids..........

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this is great
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Old 06-01-2013, 12:39 AM   #9
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Thanks, that user is mostly for our video blog. I have some more clips on this user if you fancy to browse some.

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inboard frode

the inboard frode looks a beast, theres a few pics in there of boats upside down crashed, the cat in the 2002 batch pic 11 has had a right argument with something, or flipped
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I wonder if anybody has more info or pics of the inboard Frode?? Might have to go searching!
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No Frode inboard but anybody know which boat this was?

http://www.subito.it/nautica/cougar-...a-53622671.htm



http://www.subito.it/nautica/fb-desi...a-51748037.htm


One of the Cobra (Planatec 40' copies built under licence in Italy) hulls??
http://www.subito.it/nautica/offshor...a-25696539.htm

Cig or Apache?
http://www.subito.it/nautica/scafo-o...i-42313906.htm
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Old 06-01-2013, 01:40 PM   #13
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Considering New Zealand's population is only 4.5 million, it seems to have a vibrant and varied offshore fleet.
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Old 06-01-2013, 01:44 PM   #14
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Road Runner cougar 46

http://www.subito.it/nautica/cougar-...i-36303084.htm


and a 41 - http://www.subito.it/nautica/cougar-...ma-7818501.htm


And a smaller interesting project....
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Few swedish inboard boats..
http://sportbatsklubben.snabber.se/inom2000.asp
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cougar cat

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No Frode inboard but anybody know which boat this was?

http://www.subito.it/nautica/cougar-...a-53622671.htm



http://www.subito.it/nautica/fb-desi...a-51748037.htm


One of the Cobra (Planatec 40' copies built under licence in Italy) hulls??
http://www.subito.it/nautica/offshor...a-25696539.htm

Cig or Apache?
http://www.subito.it/nautica/scafo-o...i-42313906.htm
the silver cougar looks the same deck lay up as my old wooden cougar cat ex tracey clarke, obviously they made more than the one, but the back cowling that runs to the outboard looks the same and are many variations, would be interesting to know if the same boat
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One of the Cobra (Planatec 40' copies built under licence in Italy) hulls??
[url]http://www.subito.it/nautica/offshore-gara-grezzo-ravenna-25696539.htm[/url

That hull looks like the old Miss Embassy 1974 I think she was the only one to have the chine cut out at the rear the same as that Planatec hull.
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Italian-built Tornado 36 Hawk.

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One of the Cobra (Planatec 40' copies built under licence in Italy) hulls??
[url]http://www.subito.it/nautica/offshore-gara-grezzo-ravenna-25696539.htm[/url

That hull looks like the old Miss Embassy 1974 I think she was the only one to have the chine cut out at the rear the same as that Planatec hull.
I thought the same. The missing part of the deck starts where the air intakes were located.
I remember a picture that Flying Fish has posted a while ago. It showed a hull that looked exactly like Miss Embassy but was black and white, named Turbomarine / Firebird Racing Team. Turbomarine was an Italian company that built boats to Shead designs (similar to the Tropimere Turbosport). I hope it is a hull built by them or Cantiere Firebird that we see on the pics of Nigel's link. Would be very sad if is Miss Embassy.
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Miss Embassy is in Gibraltar I believe.

http://boatmad.com/forum/showthread....raltar+embassy
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I wonder if anybody has more info or pics of the inboard Frode?? Might have to go searching!
I have alerted the previous owner about this thread, maybe he can add some more pics of the Frodé.
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