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Adam Younger 17 September 2007 04:52

Technohull 688
 
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Couple of shots from Technohull that I have just has sent over - this is the small stepped hull we designed for them last year and they went into production of this year.

Adam

Lets go boating 18 September 2007 13:11

they look realy nice, is there any website or price list for them.:thumbs:

joakimhansson 18 September 2007 14:22

http://www.technohull.gr/profile.php?lang=en

Adam,

Whats happens with your plans to take a 999 to Uk for race?

What the differens in hull between the brand new 688 and the KR7 hull?

Is the price importfriendly? Or any plans to build the Technohull in Uk?

Adam Younger 19 September 2007 17:16

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Originally Posted by joakimhansson (Post 219330)
http://www.technohull.gr/profile.php?lang=en

Adam,

Whats happens with your plans to take a 999 to Uk for race?

What the differens in hull between the brand new 688 and the KR7 hull?

Is the price importfriendly? Or any plans to build the Technohull in Uk?

Working really hard on the 999 plan - now that the Round Britain race is definitely on I can start making some plans! Do have another option of a builder who wants to build a new design of mine for the race. For the moment though it is going to be a bit 'watch this space'

So a few options which is always good - now to raise some money and go and win the class!

The 688 is really a development of the KR7 - slightly shorter but with a newer step design and changes to tube positioning, spray rails etc. I tried one of them earlier this year in Athens and it went really well. It would actually make a fantastic boat with failry low power - something like 115 and it would be quick, handle great and be economical.

Adam Younger 19 September 2007 17:17

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Originally Posted by Martha Focker (Post 219319)
they look realy nice, is there any website or price list for them.:thumbs:


Website as per Joakims answer - I will see if they have sent me any prices on the 688!

joakimhansson 20 September 2007 06:36

Adam, post more pics asap... I like the boat very much. Couldnt find any info on the deadrise at the 688. If i remember right the kr7 was around 17 degrees...

stamos 21 October 2007 03:58

nice photos!

Rogue Wave 21 October 2007 04:29

what's the max power a technohull 777 will support

joakimhansson 21 October 2007 05:15

From techohulls homepage...

The basic structure of a hull of two airing steps from Technohull and the study for improvement by the British Company of naval design K4+ LTD created the hull of SEACODE. Designing aims are smooth and dry sailing, outstanding results with the contemporary 4 - stroke engine of 150 HP and the goal of obtaining very high speed with the powerful 2 - stroke sport engine of 250+ HP, so as to satisfy those strong emotions and seeking high levels of adrenaline! All the above are enhanced with a well designed and functional deck which gives amazing comfort for family sea tourism with contemporary and impressive sport look.

.:: TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ::.- Overall length : 7.85 m
- Overall wide : 2.34 m
- Inside length : 6.90 m
- Inside beam : 1.45 m
- Hull length : 7.00 m
- Hull beam(chine to chine) : 1.57 m
- Draft : 0.36 m (with engine)
- Type of hull: Deep V with two vented steps
- Tube diameter : 0.35-0.48 m
- Tube material : Hypalon neoprene Pennel Flipo "Orca" 1670 dtex
- Bow type : "Hard nose"
- Fuel tanks : 300 lt. Inox
- Fresh water tank : 100 λίτρα
- Steering: Hydraulic
- Engines : 135-250 HP (outboards)
- Weight (without engines) : 900 kg

stamos 27 September 2008 14:40

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this is my new racing boat Technohull 688!


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