Moving an ISO - taking outriggermaran on land

Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by Vantage475T, May 31, 2017.

  1. Vantage475T
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    Location: Lymington,UK

    Vantage475T Adventure Trimarans

    The project is a bit lardy being based on the ISO original hull and there is a bit of a trek from the aprking space to the ramp at Lymington Tow sailing club.

    Converted my uncle Ron's 12v electric scooter after he got clattered at a road crossing by a **** driving too fast and it works quite well....

    Not enough power in this at the moment to get straight up the quite steep ramp from a standing start but I have another 24V scooter that I can lash up that has quite a bit more grunt and should be fine.

    Plan is to hook it up to a small solar panel to keep it charged up ready and hope no-one nicks it....

    Seemed to give people a bad neck as they took a second look. My neck is already bad enough so glad I am on it and not looking at it.
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