Nova Stylcraft 2100

Discussion in 'Powerboats' started by Sam Hewitt, Oct 18, 2018.

  1. Matt Remo
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    Yes it's rare for to gst that slow. We pick our days unless in a comp. Ours used to crack 40knots but with the new diesel props it's 38.5 knots
     
  2. Mr Efficiency
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    So what engine have you got in that ? 250 hp petrol ?
     
  3. Matt Remo
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    Yes its a 2007 volvo penta 4.3 v6 petrol. Duo prop.
     
  4. Mr Efficiency
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    OK. That puts out 250 hp ? Surely you could cruise at 25 knots with that ?
     
  5. Matt Remo
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    Yer bit of confusion on Hp between model of gxi of 225hp or 250. But it will cruise 3300rpm at 26knots. I was more talking about ride comfort in swell and chop.
     
  6. Mr Efficiency
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    Those hulls ride well enough, like all the old Hunt hulls, but you pay with a little tenderness at rest. Those hulls were of course the original basis of the Haines Hunter boats, but I reckon he improved on them a little, with some of his own later designs, under that brand.
     
  7. brendan gardam
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    the sterndrives give them good stability at rest. outboard versions maybe tender .
     
  8. Mr Efficiency
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    True, better stability, but then you are having a higher planing speed, so don't back off as well. All compromises.
     
  9. brendan gardam
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    i agree but with trim tabs i could cruise on the plane at 11 knots. the old volvo 170 /b30 was very light for an inboard though.
     
  10. Myke
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    Hi Matt,
    I have the same hull.
    I see you have a windlass type anchor winch. Didi you have any problems with the shallow anchor well?
     

  11. Myke
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    20180602_171734.jpg I have the same hull too and I love the boat for all the reasons quoted.
    Mine has a V8 and does 36 knots. Awesome boat.
     
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