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Old 04 November 2014, 08:56   #21
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Your boat was imported in a container load of Aquaquads we brought in in 2008.

Your boat was sold to another dealer so I don't know any of the history thereafter, however there was also a red boat with the same hull but a different seating and console arrangement, which we rigged up with a Suzuki 50 4-Stroke and took this video on a private lake we hired for the day.

http://youtu.be/TP_SGqucMdM

From memory it was a good little hull, considering the actual hull is less than 4m long. I think I took her over to Cowes from Southampton on a bit of a rough day, and whilst we got there a bit wet, it handled it fine.
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That's fantastic , thanks for the info .Im really looking forward to putting her on the water and I'm obliged to you .Thanks
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Old 04 November 2014, 10:08   #23
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Leonard

We taught a few RYA Level 2 courses on these boats back in 2008 and 2009.

From memory they were pretty light, had good fuel consumption and were pretty exciting.

Have fun with it.

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your boat floats on water and has a engine to go fast sounds good to me enjoy m8
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I knew a guy in the Isle of Mann who had one for fishing and liked it very much. It was stable at anchor and covered the ground quickly so getting to fishing marks was a breeze.
I have lost contact with him so don't know if he still has it. Sorry, can't be more help.

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Thanks Phil , it's very encouraging to hear some many good things , sometimes you think I've bought a lemon , it's seems to have a good engine Tohatso 70 hp which the boat can handle looking forward to getting it on the water .
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When I saw the photo's of his outfit, I confess to a hint of envy. Enjoy my friend, enjoy.

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