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Old 21 January 2011, 17:41   #21
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thanks for all the positive reactions! lol.
and yes it is important with a fast hull to put weight on the starboardside.
We mount the engine to starboard depending on the weight of the owner.
for me it is about 50cm. lol

hehe .. sorry mate .. Its a beutiful boat I love the teak, but with all that muscle on the transom .. the laws of physics will still apply .. on the up side she looks quite beamy on the tubes at the stern which is ok till you come off a big wave .. and if she isnt sitting right on the take off ... the landing is a pain , especially after 10 nm of it .. dont ask me how I know

I think that should be a new web acronym DAMHIK

*edit* lol it already is, I just googled .. thats a new one on me ! .. I must be getting old .. doh
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Old 23 January 2011, 03:30   #22
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there is only one way to find out.... Try one.
You are allways welcome to visit us in Holland.
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Old 23 January 2011, 13:32   #23
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Do you have any pics on the hull?
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Old 23 January 2011, 16:17   #24
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do you mean only the hull? why?
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do you mean only the hull? why?
Why! is it a secret?

Would like to see if it is a traditional hull or something more advanced
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two pics of the hull. We designed it together with Simonis Voogd yacht design in the Netherlands. Deadrise is 22,5 degrees.
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pics of Dusseldorf bootshow

Our stand this year.
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Nice......
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