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Old 21 October 2004, 15:15   #11
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Blimey........

......If thats the boat, whats the tow car like!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Sorry, i'll get me coat on the way out.....................

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Old 21 October 2004, 16:40   #12
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I might be completely wrong but i think the engines are Yanmars, We are building a load for Delta at the minute and i have been told there going in some giant size fast rib. If they are i will find out what they are for definate.
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Old 21 October 2004, 16:57   #13
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If Yanmars are being fitted lets hope that they are not fitting Bravo 3x legs
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Old 21 October 2004, 17:27   #14
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Huge Boats-- surely there is no outdrive/leg good/big enough to push these things along..........

What else ??? .......... Surface drive maybe?

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Old 22 October 2004, 02:50   #15
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My bet would be for Jet drives
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Old 22 October 2004, 03:27   #16
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Just found out this morning the engines are twin Yanmar 6LY. 315hp each, using a Conrad drive (not actually sure what one of those is!!). The boats are for the Dutch navy.
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Old 22 October 2004, 04:49   #17
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It's one of these.. www.konradmarine.com
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Old 22 October 2004, 08:12   #18
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Huge Boats-- surely there is no outdrive/leg good/big enough to push these things along..........

What else ??? .......... Surface drive maybe?

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Not a lover of outdrives but sunseeker etc use them for boats up to 50 feet.
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Old 22 October 2004, 09:32   #19
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The boats are for BP so maybe those Yanmars are for a different contract. 2 x 315hp isnt goint to push 30 tonnes @ 37 kts, is it?? Wouldnt have though so??

2 x 1000hp maybe?
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sorry to grave dig old threads but twin 1000hp CAT C18s
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