Boat(s) at Elizabeth Quay

been getting a few lunchtime runs in and make it my business to trot through the Quay - after Bradz post a while back i wonder if this was the boat he was referring to (grey one) out of the three - the blue scout CC my favourite (one behind the Riva) :-)

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Looks like it

Fri, 2020-09-11 14:00

Looks like the one I was seeing a few weeks ago.

Is that a Chris Craft that is there now (the timber one)?I am looking down upon it as we speak.

Dont think it would be good for pulling pots. Great for pulling chicks though. 

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haha - not a Chris Craft but

Fri, 2020-09-11 15:35

haha - not a Chris Craft but very similar - its Riva, italian built wooden boats which usually have a couple of big blocks pushing them along - classic boat, with no deck space at all (for a 30 footer!) but yes i imagine the ladies would be keen on it :-)

the grey CC is actually a RIB design - i think they are also italian, this one looks about 40 foot but there was one down at Blue HQ that was around 55 foot........ dont think that saw many cray pots either!

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Pirelli

Sat, 2020-09-12 11:35

That Pirelli rib is a recent delivery as is its sister boat fitted with triples.

Big $$$$

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 The rib looks to be the

Sat, 2020-09-12 22:25

 The rib looks to be the Dingo Rib. 

the timber is the Riva that lives on a floating garage at pier 21. Bloke that owns it hand built it and spends several days a week looking after it. It's porn