Another boat ID mystery

Discussion in 'Powerboats' started by KevFBriz, Nov 10, 2017.

  1. Mr Efficiency
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    What went wrong ? Damage or heavy weather ?
     
  2. KevFBriz
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    Bit of both. Crane lift probably caused stress due to lack of internal structure, then weather probably stressed the hull beyond limits. I could get her out and repair water ingress but I’m just thinking now that it’s time to fold
     
  3. Mr Efficiency
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    Be glad you got home safely !
     
  4. tonipu
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    the engine torpedo, is constructed in town "Rijeka" in croatia, buy the same factory that construct first torpedo weapon. It is old Volvo Penta licence, it been 1 and 2 cylinder version, very popular in Croatia
     

  5. Dejay
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    Oh sorry to hear. Maybe you can sell the engine and other hardware. Then use the boat hull itself as a tiny house for someone to live in on land?
     
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