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    Here my Kraft , made by a Polynesian guy. It blends well with the locals in Raglan :-)
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    Waiting for the carbon fibre foil board to be built. www.j-shapes.com
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    Doesnt look to have much reserve boyancy.
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    Brought just before going overseas for 7 years, so winterised and lived in a storage shed. Been using it a few times in the last 4 years.... Kids love being on the water, but have to pick the day due to size etc... a bigger boat we would use it more..... (well that's what I told the missus to justify getting a 'slightly' bigger boat)

    The rating for it is 40hp, but the 40 and 50hp were the same weight so brought the 50.


    Pros - Great trailer and tows well (self built), was all new, over HP'd - nice to have on tap, cheap to run, only 42.2hrs, plastic

    Cons - to small (need to fit 2 kids and missus + me), sides to low, back seats, plastic


    So although porn thread, its also for sale ...... (looking for a 6-6.3M HT AL....)
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    Im Guessing that would fly! @ beaker ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beaker View Post
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    Brought just before going overseas for 7 years, so winterised and lived in a storage shed. Been using it a few times in the last 4 years.... Kids love being on the water, but have to pick the day due to size etc... a bigger boat we would use it more..... (well that's what I told the missus to justify getting a 'slightly' bigger boat)

    The rating for it is 40hp, but the 40 and 50hp were the same weight so brought the 50.


    Pros - Great trailer and tows well (self built), was all new, over HP'd - nice to have on tap, cheap to run, only 42.2hrs, plastic

    Cons - to small (need to fit 2 kids and missus + me), sides to low, back seats, plastic


    So although porn thread, its also for sale ...... (looking for a 6-6.3M HT AL....)
    I havent seen a Smartwave that style before.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Munsey View Post
    Im Guessing that would fly! @ beaker ?
    Ah yes, 43mph from memory
    trim is the key..... and the weight of the co pilot.
    (note spare tank on my side to account for fat mates - or scrawny me, either way ....)

    Uses no gas to, running cost is zip, unless really on/off driving through heavy seas.
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    5.8 senator, 130 yam four stroke. Nice and stable in the water

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    Quote Originally Posted by DPT View Post
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    5.8 senator, 130 yam four stroke. Nice and stable in the water
    Ive seen that around

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    oh yes. I need more details (what changes, bad points, etc....)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beaker View Post
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    Brought just before going overseas for 7 years, so winterised and lived in a storage shed. Been using it a few times in the last 4 years.... Kids love being on the water, but have to pick the day due to size etc... a bigger boat we would use it more..... (well that's what I told the missus to justify getting a 'slightly' bigger boat)

    The rating for it is 40hp, but the 40 and 50hp were the same weight so brought the 50.


    Pros - Great trailer and tows well (self built), was all new, over HP'd - nice to have on tap, cheap to run, only 42.2hrs, plastic

    Cons - to small (need to fit 2 kids and missus + me), sides to low, back seats, plastic


    So although porn thread, its also for sale ...... (looking for a 6-6.3M HT AL....)
    Fuck me a plastic boat! Its like a suped up kayak
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spudattack View Post






    19ft Coastcraft Cat, running twin mariner 60s, awesome for big seas, virtually unsinkable and with the big windscreen you hardly ever get wet.

    It's very different to most kiwi boats with its wet deck design.
    I bet she would be nice and stable and cut through the water nicely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gibo View Post
    Fuck me a plastic boat! Its like a suped up kayak

    Farm water tank with a motor
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    Please excuse spelling, as finger speed is sometimes behind brain spped........ Or maybe the other wayy.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by HNTMAD View Post
    3rd shares in this bad boy along with a mooring in the Whangaroa Harbour, sorry about the pic, i cant find anything more decent. you get the idea

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    grew up there, well for awhile anyways
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gapped axe View Post
    grew up there, well for awhile anyways
    Yeah it's a great spot, not been up for a couple of years, father in law lives up there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Friwi View Post
    Here my Kraft , made by a Polynesian guy. It blends well with the locals in Raglan :-)
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    Waiting for the carbon fibre foil board to be built. www.j-shapes.com
    Time to grow some dreads to match it

 

 

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