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Not one to use for the 3RR

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It's not the fall that kills you it's the sudden stop


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Gives you an idea of the scale

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Saw these on Sky Sports a few weeks ago. Cracking pictures of one attempting to nosedive but somehow keeping it upright.

They are "3 stories up" when capsized, so I guess if you laid the boat on their side they would be quite high out of the water LOL

Gary.

Fat bloke in bright yellow buoyancy aid.

Due to cutbacks, the light at the end of the tunnel has been switched off.


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