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Old 19 May 2002, 22:16   #1
Country: Uruguay
Town: Cordon
Make: Zodiac
Length: 4.35
Engine: Outboard 25 hp.
Join Date: May 2002
Posts: 1
Zodiak Cherokee information wanted

Dear All:

I have already bought a second hand Zodiak "Cherokee" 4.35 mts. without engine.

Could anybody tell me if a 25 hp 2 stroke, is power enought to
move it.

Thanks in advance for all comments concerning this boat

Nicolas from Uruguay.

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Old 19 May 2002, 23:48   #2
Country: Greece
Boat name: SUN KISS II
Make: Nuova Bat 9 Falcon -
Length: 5m +
Engine: Outboard Mercury 115
Join Date: Jun 2001
Posts: 639
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The 25 is rather too small for the boat. It could be on plane easily with one or two passengers on board but that's it. No extra weights and of course not a high top speed. Best horse power for that boat is 50.

Michael a.k.a "Bat Falcon"

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Old 20 May 2002, 02:13   #3
Country: Other
Make: FB 55
Length: 10m +
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I'm with our Greek Batman on this one. I do not know what outboard prices are like in Uruguay, but make enquiries about the Yamaha 50hp four-stroke and stick a s/s prop on it.
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