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Old 03 July 2016, 04:01   #11
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+1 vote for a thundercat!

I've used jet skis and thunder cats and they just don't compare.

A thundercat is better in every sense for fun, waves, costs, practical and unique.

You can still use it as a normal boat but explore more places, be rougher with it, sun bathe on it, fish, eat food, dump it on a beach, take mates with you.

Then when you want to race around it turns into a proper piece of well engineered race machinery!

I'm currently building my second boat. Don't think I'd ever own another normal boat. Mines made with a carbon fibre nose cone & floor and is also made from Hypalon.

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A mate also owned a Gemini cat which was pretty good. Not as racey and a lot heavier but still a great bit of kit
Would a deflated Thundercat fit on a europallet for storage or transportation? If not what is the smallest size it can be folded to? Thanks.
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Old 03 July 2016, 04:05   #12
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Would a deflated Thundercat fit on a europallet for storage or transportation? If not what is the smallest size it can be folded to? Thanks.
They fold down to about 180 x 100 x 85cm and weigh around 80kg
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Old 03 July 2016, 06:44   #13
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They fold down to about 180 x 100 x 85cm and weigh around 80kg
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