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Hi Chris, yes my email address is something along those lines. Why you ask?

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just because i was once interested in buying your old cherub off you, i wasnt ever sure if it was "whamm" that i was looking at back then or not, but now i know that it was. I was the guy from scotland who rang up and was about to take it off your hands but crew negotiations last minute put a stop to it, it was a real nice boat when you had it btw.
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Arr thanks dude! She used to be called Ecocats and was all white when I had her. Yer - you should definately get a cherub, there is now a very good selection up for grabs, Halo for £1500 - VERY good boat, mango and loco which are just the badgers nadgers! Of course they come after my new baby, Aqua

Well, at least u got a decent singlehander.

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I think "Halo" is off to France to swell our growing European fleet.


Originally posted by andy_cherub

Arr thanks dude! She used to be called Ecocats
and was all white when I had her. Yer - you should definately get a
cherub, there is now a very good selection up for grabs, Halo for £1500 -
VERY good boat, mango and loco which are just the badgers nadgers! Of
course they come after my new baby, Aqua


Well, at least u got a decent singlehander.


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Whats the best way to go about finding out how to import a 12 foot skiff from Oz? my m8 and i have decided its how we think we want to go, but are still considering a cherub, if we can find one that is no older than 3 or 4 years and has both a 97 and an 05 rig, both in the best of condition.
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How much money have you got to spend Chris
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Have a look at Brett Van Munchers website, he
builds top 12 footers it will give you an idea of cost
and why the UK Cherub only has one rig.

go here: http://www.vanmunsterboats.com

or C-Tec in NZ:

http://www.c-tech.co.nz/class12skiff.htm

Or join the 12 footer chatroom here:

http://s10.invisionfree.com/12ft_skiffs/index.php

Roughly it is about $2500 AUD ( £1250 ) for a 20 foot
container but you'll have to figure in import duty.

If you club together with others to fill the container it
is the best way.


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Originally posted by Chris Noble

Whats the best way to go
about finding out how to import a 12 foot skiff from
Oz? my m8 and i have decided its how we think we
want to go, but are still considering a cherub, if we
can find one that is no older than 3 or 4 years and
has both a 97 and an 05 rig, both in the best of
condition.


Loco Perro is 2 years old and has everthing you are
looking for, including coming second at this years
nationals whilst useing her small kite!

Nationals results: 1/1/2/2/3/3/4/7 just not in that
order.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Blobby Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18 Aug 05 at 6:52am

Originally posted by Jack Sparrow

Have a look at Brett Van Munchers website, he
builds top 12 footers it will give you an idea of cost
and why the UK Cherub only has one rig.

go here: http://www.vanmunsterboats.com

or C-Tec in NZ:

http://www.c-tech.co.nz/class12skiff.htm

Or join the 12 footer chatroom here:

http://s10.invisionfree.com/12ft_skiffs/index.php

Roughly it is about $2500 AUD ( £1250 ) for a 20 foot
container but you'll have to figure in import duty.

If you club together with others to fill the container it
is the best way.

Also bear in mind how to fit the mast into the container!  Most 12' masts are too long by a metre or two to fit in a 20ft container even if they are stump mounted...

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Post Options Post Options   Quote Jack Sparrow Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18 Aug 05 at 10:59am
Originally posted by Blobby

Originally posted by Jack Sparrow

Have a
look at Brett Van Munchers website, he builds top 12
footers it will give you an idea of cost and why the UK
Cherub only has one rig. go here:
http://www.vanmunsterboats.com or C-Tec in NZ:
http://www.c-tech.co.nz/class12skiff.htm Or join the
12 footer chatroom here:
http://s10.invisionfree.com/12ft_skiffs/index.php
Roughly it is about $2500 AUD ( £1250 ) for a 20 foot
container but you'll have to figure in import duty. If you
club together with others to fill the container it is the
best way.


Also bear in mind how to fit the mast into the
container!  Most 12' masts are too long by a metre or
two to fit in a 20ft container even if they are stump
mounted...



the container info is from Brett himself that he
recently gave me. But yes unless you have a two part
mast system it may be to small. But take the advice
of the builder / seller on that.
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