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Old 09 July 2001, 07:47   #1
Country: USA
Town: Jacksonville, Florida
Make: Nautica / former Police boat
Length: 5.89
Engine: 115 Yamaha 4-stroke
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Prop size

I have a 5.85 Nautica and run a 115 yamaha-4 stroke.New Prop. is a 13.3/4 x 19. Does 32 knots seem right? Thats with 2 fully loaded divers with a total of six tanks(steel 100's)
and a loaded 250lb icechest(loaded with ice & later with fish)We dive and commercial fish offshore(25-30 mi)offshore Jacksonville
in 80-130 ft bottom-anyone interested?

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Old 09 July 2001, 09:25   #2
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That doesn't sound too bad, given the load you are carrying.

What speed do you get lightly loaded?
What revs do you get flat out running fully loaded?

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