Originally Posted by kaman
I really like the look of that Whaly 435.
Does anyone know if it takes a long shaft or short shaft engine.
Also like the Funyak like Poly 's.
I can vouch for its performance in a West of Scotland chop☺
I am leaning heavily towards one of these bomb proof little numbers as a replacement for my Honwave 3.5ae.
The whaly 435 is a 20" (long) transom taking up to a 30HP - 184 kg
The whaly 370 is a long transom taking up to a 20HP - 145 kg
The whaly 310 is a short transom taking up to a 10HP - 105 kg
I can imagine the Gurnard in a "Classic 440" in ten years time...
The funyak 450/secu15 is long shaft upto a 50HP - 200(?)kg
The funyak 390 (mine) is long shaft - but they claim you can get away with a short?? (not sure that needs a saw - the wooden part is easily replacable). - taking upto a 30HP - 120 kg
The funyak 360/secu12 is short shaft upto a 20HP - 105 kg
Weights are the weight of the empty hull (console excluded). If you can find a whaly and want to try side by side give me a shout.