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Old 03 September 2010, 13:32   #1
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8m humber ocean pro

this is my 2006 humber ocean pro with 200 honda four stroke
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Old 03 September 2010, 13:36   #2
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its there>>>>>>>>>>>>>
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I like the ocean pro...

It looks very good, how fast is it in topspeed with honda 200 and fuelconsumtion.
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Old 04 September 2010, 03:39   #5
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top speed is around 4 knots with 2 or 3 people on board, im not sure if thats what it should do for this size engine and boat thou, fuel isant too bad untill you open it up flat out every where! cruiseing at 30 knots i prop use about 40 a day in her , the engine has only done 270 hrs!
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top speed is around 4 knots with 2 or 3 people on board, im not sure if thats what it should do for this size engine and boat thou, fuel isant too bad untill you open it up flat out every where! cruiseing at 30 knots i prop use about 40 a day in her , the engine has only done 270 hrs!
I presume you're not going very far in a day?
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I presume you're not going very far in a day?
He won't, at 4 knots...
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ha ha , top speed is about 40 - 42 knots, well the fuel is about 40 for about 4 hours running time. at about 30 knots
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40 for about 4 hours running time. at about 30 knots
How much do you pay for fuel?! @ 100ppl I make that about 0.3 litres per mile, rather frugal by anyone's standards
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With the weight of that boat and a 200 4 stroke, i wouldn't have thought you would get under 1L a mile. We have a 6.3 Humber OP with opti 2 stroke, not much less economical than a 4 stroke. At 25 mph we get 1L per mile.

4 hours at 35mph. You will have travelled 140miles. at 1.10p/l you have spent 154. Give or take some economy and stopping starting, even if you reduce the distance by a third due to pottering around and reduce it to 0.75L per mile, you will have spent 77.



Lovely looking boat though, if not a tad underpowered perhaps. Though a nice cruiser.
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