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Old 09 April 2008, 10:24   #41
Country: Ireland
Town: cork
Boat name: none
Length: 5m +
Engine: 140HP sUZUKI
Join Date: Dec 2007
Posts: 262
Originally Posted by alystra View Post
Yes, I noticed that and don't think it improves the looks and you're right about fitting an auxiliary. I wonder if it's anything to do with having to increase the freeboard aft so that the design may comply with the commercial codes? I have heard that freeboard at the transom is a major issue for the MCA. I know if I go astern in anything above a ripple, we start to take on water.
ye mine is quiet low, not much freeboard.

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Old 15 April 2008, 17:35   #42
Country: UK - England
Town: Hereford
Length: 4m +
Join Date: Jan 2007
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Originally Posted by Rogue Wave View Post
Compared to your Camel it must seem like a rocket ship!

Opti's give a lot of bang per kilo (i love em!) I think you'll find most boats of that size with max power enigine have stuniing performance. Have you thought about sticking a 200 opti or etec on your Camel

It's a blast isn't it

the CE plate on my camel boat says i can only put 130 horses on the back, a 200 etec!....... i can picture my transom and posh engine shooting off over the horizon leaving me sinking with the rest of the boat .........

will she take it? do i need to start saving my beer tokens?


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