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Old 19 April 2013, 15:10   #1
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Fuel consumption yam 60

Hi all I have just downloaded Navionics to my iPad and I am now planning some coastal weekend breaks. What fuel consumption could I expect from a Yam 60 4 stoke pushing a 5m Zodiac with 2 persons at between 20-25kts in average sea conditions?
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My Pro 9 man with Yam 60 4 stroke will cruise 100 miles for 50 litres two up. Mixed conditions various speeds Clyde coast.
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My Pro 9 man with Yam 60 4 stroke will cruise 100 miles for 50 litres two up. Mixed conditions various speeds Clyde coast.
I would say that will be what I would expect you to get as I recon to average about 0.6 - 0.65 litres per mile from my 60 2 stroke on a 5m 2-3 up so you should get better with the 4 stroke.
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