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Old 06 December 2006, 08:33   #1
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Arctic 22

Does anybody have any idea what size outboard you need to get 35-40 knots out of a Halmatic Arctic 22?

I've found a reasonable hull but no engine and now my Ribtec has moved on I'd like something that does 35kts ish as well.

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Old 06 December 2006, 08:47   #2
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Given that the Atlantic 21 and Arctic 22 are very similar, I would imagine the performance to be similar too. This apprently does 46 with a 250hp: so you'd probably get a tad less on an Arctic.

Is it that black one in Southampton your looking at?

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Twin Mariner 90hp 2 strokes will do about 37-38 knts.
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