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Old 28-11-2011, 05:13 PM   #1
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Cutting up boats

Have just heard that Berthans are cutting uo for scrap the old SBS Gen 2 boats (the Buzzi Triple Seatek) They also had all the spares for them. Does any one have any more info like were the engins removed etc or were they just crushed as they were?
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Old 28-11-2011, 05:18 PM   #2
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Charles Trents have just processed the last one. Spares available at their parts counter!
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Old 28-11-2011, 05:25 PM   #3
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what are the SBS boats then?
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Old 28-11-2011, 05:36 PM   #4
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Old 28-11-2011, 05:38 PM   #5
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same hull as silicon fire etc I assume?
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Old 28-11-2011, 05:51 PM   #6
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Buzzi design built by Halmatic
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seatek

is this anygood to you,only one left 800 seatek done 27.5 hours
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sbs boat thats being cut up just a diferent hull that had a pair in it
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this was the boat

dont know if i should show these pics, but it sure had some nice drives and tabs on it, well until i left it....
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dont know if i should show these pics, but it sure had some nice drives and tabs on it, well until i left it....
Thats the VSV, designed in the UK and not by FB design.
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Some pics of the FB55 Mil that was built by Halmatic.
Shame if they are cutting it.
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Shame....

CANT AND WONT say anymore about it but being around boats now for a day or to i would have said they sure didnt look like they would work very well.
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Old 28-11-2011, 09:25 PM   #13
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CANT AND WONT say anymore about it but being around boats now for a day or to i would have said they sure didnt look like they would work very well.
As we all know that the Buzzi design has proven itself many times your comments refer to the Thompson design I assume. Not many of the VSVs were made but I think they worked quite well.
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ah well done

As i put the picture up of the VSV or wat ever it is (i dont really care wat the fcuk it is) then yea that was what i was talking about, and as for Mr FB boats then yes im well aware they work very well ,but thanks for the eggs i love sucking them, And as you seem to know so much about the VSV then maybe you could explain why they are cutting the fcuking sh1t up after 20 odd hours.???????????
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As we all know that the Buzzi design has proven itself many times your comments refer to the Thompson design I assume. Not many of the VSVs were made but I think they worked quite well.
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Blimey, calm down a bit eh!

They all look like amazing craft, shame to see anything like that cut up, it should be in a museum!

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And as you seem to know so much about the VSV then maybe you could explain why they are cutting the fcuking sh1t up after 20 odd hours.???????????
Because they have found a better design to do the job or because they do not need those boats and do not want them to end up in the wrong hands. I can not believe that (at least) 3 reputable builders of high speed marine crafts buy and build a bad design.
But what do I know. YOU are the expert although it seems to me that you dedicate most time of the day to your other Ďinterestsí.
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Well glad to see you done your research on something and got it right, lol
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The last photo shows them in tropical Guernsey
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