Here are some.
I would try a load of ratchet straps.
You can spread the load with timber, try a few and see if it pulls in.
Managed to get it on the Thames near Oxford.
This time using my 1935 1.5hp Marston Seagull OA....
Sorry I did not intend to be rude.:o
I found that a couple of 7/8" stringers/strakes took a lot of the rippling out of the floor.
Wow 23 MPH, did it flex at all?
I did notice a bit of flexing on mine, but nothing worrying.
No offence, but I think mine is a little...
That was what I was thinking, will do that.
Thanks for the replies.
Will do some more testing, with Go-Pro and GPS.
With only me in the boat and the 3.3 it does go will, surprisingly...
I first tested it with a 2hp Honda.
When running WOT,...
Have just built a 1/4" ply boat, car top-able, light that planes with a 3.3 Mariner.
Have not weighed it yet, but would guess 30-35KG.
This one may suit you
Some Australians guys built a few and did a long trip down the Murray...
OK listened again with the sound turned up:o
Skin with removed frame, then laminated to create hull.;)
Still a cool idea, boat in a box.
Why is it not skin on frame?
It is skin on heavy frame.
I found this old video
Not sure there was much epoxy in use then.
No help there then.:rolleyes:
Perhaps people don't like old two-stroke outboards.
Maybe you should have put fast rowboat, pedal powered,...
You could try this site.
They have a few steam designs.
I saw your boat on Saturday, and must say it is very well made.
Will there be an electric drill race next year at Beale Park ?...
Oh well, the design worked well.
I won, and now that hull is banned.
Back to the drawing board.
Anyone got any bright ideas for a...
That could do it any advantage is good, just need to keep infront of the pack.
Next Year they are talking about a modified class.
So I will...
Here a couple of pictures, I am still waiting to see if anyone has a picture of us going flat out.
Have just got back from the race.
First in class (under 12 foot).
First over all.
Water was dead flat, and we were flying.