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Old 20 May 2013, 11:28   #1
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sib top speed needed for insurance

Trying to get a qoute and they have asked me for the above sib is a 3.8m seasearch with alloy floor weighing about 90 kg and motor is a new mariner 20 hp fourstroke weighing 50kg
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Old 20 May 2013, 11:39   #2
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Ring craft insure for a quote, I don't think they ask that.

Think around 22 knots? may be just over. PeterM might know
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THey really are a pain in the neck aren't they.

How are you supposed to know-there's no data available. If there was, they'd already have it.

I'd estimate at an absolute max of 25 knots, but thats all it is-an estimate.
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Old 20 May 2013, 11:42   #4
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Sounds about right 22-25 ish ...but that will fell like about 100mph in most SIBS..( Im excluding zapcat/ thunder cat types in this)
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I wonder when the slippery buggers will start asking if it's got a kill cord ??
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I would say 18 to 20 knots max!
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I would say 18 to 20 knots max!
Is that with a pallet of bricks
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Is that with a pallet of bricks
No just comparing it to a 3.8 quicksilver & Tohatsu sibs both with 25hp 2st on them!
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No just comparing it to a 3.8 quicksilver & Tohatsu sibs both with 25hp 2st on them!
Go for 18-20 then, might mean a cheaper quote
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Thanks for the help guys first quote came back at 215 got in touch craft insure they quoted me 70 no brainer I reckon. thanks again.
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