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Old 13 May 2017, 03:31   #1
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Arctic 22 project

Hi all.
First post of many I'm sure.
Just bought a Halmatic Arctic 22.

Anyone else own one and have some pictures?
I'll upload mine one im.on the pc

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Old 18 May 2017, 14:55   #2
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A Rib we once had
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Old 24 July 2017, 10:08   #3
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Photos!!

Some photos of the rib when I bought and another of the new console I will be fitting
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Old 24 July 2017, 10:13   #4
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More pictures of the deck which I am am currently removing to replace with new marine ply.
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Old 24 July 2017, 10:19   #5
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Are you selling the white console?
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Old 24 July 2017, 10:20   #6
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Afraid not! Thats the one I got for it..
You can have the old orange on though for free!
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Old 24 July 2017, 10:28   #7
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Of course. Doh! Ya might take you up on that. Might suit current rib.
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Old 02 August 2017, 18:44   #8
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Is that an Arctic 22 or an Atlantic 21! TBH I'm not expert but also have a project Arctic22 (or so I was told). its not as clean as yours but I'm keen to get it running before taking into doing any real work on it. I notice you have the multi spray rails which is why I thought it might be a 21 (although they are essentially the same boat) mine has a built in central fuel tank that starts about .5m from the transom but yours doesn't appear to have that from the pics. I have the identical console and its def a bit agri for leisure use. What are you planning to power it with? I just went for twin 70s as economy and reliability are more important to me than top end. Other than that I think they are a great budget, go anywhere rib and definitely suitable for your part of the world. I based on the east coast so no big swells to contend with!
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Old 02 August 2017, 18:48   #9
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Actually you might be able to answer a question for me- are there drains between the structural floors/stringers? I have removed some fittings from the deck and the boat is outside so I'm wondering if I am going to have any water trapped in there...
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Old 03 August 2017, 10:46   #10
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Almost certain that's an Atlantic 21 not an Arctic 22. Great boat though!
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Old 03 August 2017, 17:30   #11
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Gordy I see you are running twin 150's how do you find that and do you need that sort of power regularly. I had toyed with the idea of a single 150 2 stroke but the twin 70s worked out cheaper to buy but 300hp sounds like a lot!
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Old 04 August 2017, 04:32   #12
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Sadly I moved the rib on, however the twin 150s worked well. I mainly used the rib for diving with a fair amount of 'offshore' trips, plenty of power to get the boat with 6 divers moving, cruised very nicely at 30 kts without guzzling loads of fuel, good redundancy if you ever had an issue with one engine the other would get you home on the plane no problem. With a light load and flat out she would touch 50knts whilst guzzling a fair bit of fuel!

If I was putting a single on I would look at a 200.
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Old 04 August 2017, 09:52   #13
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Hi. Yes there are drains in between each stringer allowing each to drain to the next.
I have loads more photos to upload so it will all make more sense I hope for you.
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Old 04 August 2017, 10:06   #14
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More stripping the deck and seeing what damage is under it.
Just discovered too that my boat is an Atlantic 21! So I have been done out of 1 foot
Thanks guys for the heads up on what it is exactly.

Order placed today for £440.00 worth of fiberglass resin, mat and various other bits.
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Old 04 August 2017, 10:12   #15
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Is that an Arctic 22 or an Atlantic 21! TBH I'm not expert but also have a project Arctic22 (or so I was told). its not as clean as yours but I'm keen to get it running before taking into doing any real work on it. I notice you have the multi spray rails which is why I thought it might be a 21 (although they are essentially the same boat) mine has a built in central fuel tank that starts about .5m from the transom but yours doesn't appear to have that from the pics. I have the identical console and its def a bit agri for leisure use. What are you planning to power it with? I just went for twin 70s as economy and reliability are more important to me than top end. Other than that I think they are a great budget, go anywhere rib and definitely suitable for your part of the world. I based on the east coast so no big swells to contend with!
I have a Suzuki DT200 which I will have to use until I locate something better! What would you recommend?
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Old 05 August 2017, 09:27   #16
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Not almost certain, but fully certain that's an Atlantic 21!
Enjoy it. Beautifull hull!!!
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Old 07 August 2017, 02:56   #17
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Hi all.
First post of many I'm sure.
Just bought a Halmatic Arctic 22.

Anyone else own one and have some pictures?
I'll upload mine one im.on the pc

Paul.
Hi Paul, I bought an arctic 22 halmatic last year from humber boats, without engins, former MOD then used by coastguard /police .
They have also some on their homepage just for sale (8500 bps or so) you can see on the "setcard" many informaitions, but I can't find any plates with registraition or CE informaitions, maybe due to the fact the CE starts in 1998 autumn, and ...., this boats you can find there are build earlier....
maybe this helps ?
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Old 07 August 2017, 03:30   #18
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Hi all.

First post of many I'm sure.

Just bought a Halmatic Arctic 22.



Anyone else own one and have some pictures?

I'll upload mine one im.on the pc



Paul.


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Couple of pics of mine after a retube and re engine.
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Hi, do you still have this? I am gutting one atm, and found the transom is only a inch above the deck level? Yours the same?
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