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Petrov
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Ring Powercraft

Messaggioda Petrov » 29/12/2009, 0:18

Hi all;

New to the forum, talking on several RIB forums in Europe and find it great to see that there is more.
Post a pic of a boat that is one of our latest deliveries soo you can se what we do up in the north of Europe were there is -10 degrees for the moment and boating feels far away :cry: :help:
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alessandro
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Re: Ring Powercraft

Messaggioda alessandro » 29/12/2009, 2:07

Ciao Petrov,
Nice to know you, your boat seams well done and I believe with -10° swimming is not recommendable, but I think lose 350hp and add a ladder next the other two survivor-Mercury can be convenient for Mediterranean usage…
Second are the cone, may be for your market are fashionable but in Italy are like boat of previously generation…;)
Third the design of tubes at prow: done in this way stole a lot of space and protection by the waves splatter (I’m not sure I used the right word I mean avoid water came in board)
But I’m just a negligent Italian R.I.B. passionate and this design is too far from my attitude, sorry, but I can be very attractive if you invite me to take a test in board with helmet and life jacket well fasten…. Ciao :d: and :welcome : in this Forum

p.s. This is my favorite:
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asso54(volvop 550), stil-na56(Yam75), mar-co64(mercruiser350), Free-Whale18(mer 40), FW18(Yam 115), FW21(optimax150), FW400DL (mer 40), FW 320DL (mer 20), AMrib 355ST (mer 40),AMrib 285ST (mer 40)

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Re: Ring Powercraft

Messaggioda Petrov » 30/12/2009, 10:32

Hi Alessandro;

Thanks, we even have an appartment that sells other brands and there we have been selling Capelli for some years, some of the brands from southern Europe is coming more and more up here even if we dont use the swimladders even during the summers ;-)

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Re: Ring Powercraft

Messaggioda JEBO » 30/12/2009, 11:08

Ciao Petrov
:welcome : on board ! :pro:
HAPPY NEW YEAR :ceer: :ceer: :ceer:
Lomac 2001- Marshall 60- Marshall 80 ( il 4,40 poi il 4,60 ) - Marshall 90 - Marsea 100. " You only live twice....one life for you, and one for your dreams "

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Re: Ring Powercraft

Messaggioda Petrov » 30/12/2009, 18:39

Same to you all happy new year, freezing fu...ing cold here, i hate it :evil:

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Re: Ring Powercraft

Messaggioda JEBO » 30/12/2009, 20:42

Petrov ha scritto:Same to you all happy new year, freezing fu...ing cold here, i hate it :evil:

:ah:
In which city live?
Lomac 2001- Marshall 60- Marshall 80 ( il 4,40 poi il 4,60 ) - Marshall 90 - Marsea 100. " You only live twice....one life for you, and one for your dreams "

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Re: Ring Powercraft

Messaggioda Marksails » 30/12/2009, 21:00

alessandro ha scritto:Ciao Petrov,
Nice to know you, your boat seams well done and I believe with -10° swimming is not recommendable, but I think lose 350hp and add a ladder next the other two survivor-Mercury can be convenient for Mediterranean usage…

... eeehm... in Mediterranean sea is normal to see ribs with 1000hp... :roll:
Second are the cone, may be for your market are fashionable but in Italy are like boat of previously generation…;)

The generation of the wurstel ? :giu:
The Great Britain cone are used in all the world....And j like very the cone.
Dear Alessandro J think that you don't untderstand Nothing about RIB :mrgreen:
Third the design of tubes at prow: done in this way stole a lot of space and protection by the waves splatter (I’m not sure I used the right word I mean avoid water came in board)


For the platform of the sun? :giu: bLeak



Petrov, j think that your RIB is very nice ;-)

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Re: Ring Powercraft

Messaggioda Akeswins » 30/12/2009, 21:36

I' ve already seen RING powercraft on youtube, if I well remember they had been powered by four 300 Verados.
Great ribs, they perform very well in rough sea and have good handling capabilities.
What about max speeds , technical specs, lamination schedule and hull shape ?
I' ve also like this high sheer bow and quite fine entry , I prefer this kind of shape than the conventional big beam and big collar italian shape.
I don't think a design issue the stern cones shape.
I also like the pure Rib concept opposite to the all-fibreglass deck design with giant rollbar and imperial sofa, and I like the different design shape, when the 90% of the ribs in our market resemble each others.
I get a look in videos on your website.
Alessandro - Vento 500 con F60 EFI + Akes 23 con 200 Optimax + Colombo 27 con 2 x 260 mercruiser
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Re: Ring Powercraft

Messaggioda Petrov » 31/12/2009, 16:50

Thanks all, the boat with the four 300 Verado we delivered to Finland 2 years ago, it has a top speed of 65knots and fuly loaded with 22 people it does 62knots, very impressive to only loose 3 knots with almost 2 tons of load.The boat on the picture above has a top speed of 69knots and doing 65 with 15 people onboard.
Its not only the topspeed that is interesting, its not very often they drive that fast with passengers, they still do 45knots without using the last 2000 revs, it saves the engines and they usually can run a couple of thousands hours before change.The boat with quad installation is 13m and the other is 11,3mm both of the hulls have 23,8 degrees hulls.
We are based in Stockholm.

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Re: Ring Powercraft

Messaggioda Barbarossa » 31/12/2009, 21:31

Hello Petrov, welcome on board.
Your rib are very (§) .It will be nice to see it in our mediterranean sea
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Re: Ring Powercraft

Messaggioda alessandro » 02/01/2010, 4:30

alessandro ha scritto:Second are the cone, may be for your market are fashionable but in Italy are like boat of previously generation…;)


MarkS. I say in Italy is like previusly generation, do you want to say it's not true? Over that if you prefere the cone terminal and not the round design is your opinion..... :pro:
asso54(volvop 550), stil-na56(Yam75), mar-co64(mercruiser350), Free-Whale18(mer 40), FW18(Yam 115), FW21(optimax150), FW400DL (mer 40), FW 320DL (mer 20), AMrib 355ST (mer 40),AMrib 285ST (mer 40)

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Re: Ring Powercraft

Messaggioda Marksails » 02/01/2010, 13:17

alessandro ha scritto:MarkS. I say in Italy is like previusly generation, do you want to say it's not true?


1) If you want , we should create a forum to discuss about your Chinese art creations )d(
2) The regulation of this forum says that a business operator shall not contest the boats of other firms .... :off:

alessandro ha scritto:Over that if you prefere the cone terminal and not the round design is your opinion....:


Yes, I said so, and I'm proud of this opinion

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