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Old 29 August 2006, 08:09   #21
Country: UK - England
Town: Newquay, Cornwall.
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Sorry havnt posted here for a while - been trying to keep the Cornwall247 forum running - its hard work

Lightly loaded and one up in calm conditions the best ive had is 41.3 knots gps measured and cross tide. Thats with a Johnson 21" Stainless prop.

Normal use with a few passengers and a tank full of fuel would yeld 39 knots ish.

The boat is very light at 41 knots as trimmed right out to get that speed and in a heavy sea where the boat is jumping out of the water fairly regularly i like to trim in a little bit which shaves a knot or two of the top end.

hope that helps

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