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Old 16 September 2005, 12:14   #1
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Pacific 22 with jet drive...

Anyone know if this is a good idea?

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the latest p22 are jet drive i think
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Not in a month of Sundays. I know this boat and I refused it at when offered it for 6K. It;s a project and a big one so the base price aint good!
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Aw go on Stu, just cos it goes sidways in neutral, has a gearbox full of salt water, max'd out at 15 knots and overheated, well they are just minor problems
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was it Alex badbaws we had to get to rescue us from the fuel pontoon!
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the latest p22 are jet drive i think
Saw one at the Defence & Equipment exhibition at the Excel 2 days ago. It was on a British Naval vessel hooked up on a single lift point davit and hanging over on the quayside. So a good view of the underside. Regretfully did not have my digi camera to take a photo. This would mean they are in service.
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Old 16 September 2005, 16:50   #7
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I think they are superb boats, it is just that this isn't one of em!
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Heck, I think they blew up the guns of Navarone with that one!
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loooks like a shit load of work to get it back...
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[QUOTE=Hugh Jardon] loooks like a shit.
I may not have put it quite like that. But, I agree with the sentiment Hugh.
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was it Alex badbaws we had to get to rescue us from the fuel pontoon!
Yup, we made it all of half a mile before it broke down. Looked at this boat 3 years ago in Lymington, there was probably 400 gallons of water in the hull from rain and no drain plug to get it out . Water level was over the top of the alternator which had then siezed. Astonishingly it still started. Smoked a bit were the belts slipped on the siezed alternator. I walked away laughing when James Warlock said said £10,000. Nice job of fitting the jet unit, pity they couldn't be bothered to sand the filler down around the unit.

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Aha! The thot plickens!!!
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The newer p22 use yanmar engines with hamalton jet drives
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The newer p22 use yanmar engines with hamalton jet drives
Newer!! If this one were any older it would be running twin Hamilton paddle-wheels!!! What a nail!! By the reinforcement on the side I think that it was previously a trawler. As for Extreme Marine, what other delights do they have on offer? The Mary Rose, needs slight attention, otherwise ready to go. A classic with history, £Offers.
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Newer!! If this one were any older it would be running twin Hamilton paddle-wheels!!! What a nail!! By the reinforcement on the side I think that it was previously a trawler. As for Extreme Marine, what other delights do they have on offer? The Mary Rose, needs slight attention, otherwise ready to go. A classic with history, £Offers.
Sooooo, you weren't too impressed then?
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Sooooo, you weren't too impressed then?
No, do you think that I'm being a bit harsh on the old thing?
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So are Extreme Marine selling the Mary Rose then? Will that have a jet drive fitted too??
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So are Extreme Marine selling the Mary Rose then? Will that have a jet drive fitted too??
Yep, slapped in and plodded up with filler.
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