Sort of ISO conection for loading/unloading purpose?

Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by Lemans, Mar 31, 2012.

  1. Lemans
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    Lemans Lemans

    I'm not an boat enthusiast in the real sense but see a boat more as a tool to travel and to move things from one place to an other.
    I could not find many relative small boats who can carry a motorbike or even a light car and I wonder if there is some sort of standardisation (if this exist at all) to connect a boat temporally whiles unloading a +500kg charge?
    Why are so few boats equipped with road transport?
     
  2. FAST FRED
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    FAST FRED Senior Member

    Check out the local surplus yard for landing craft.

    Load a house trailer , your car and bike with sidecar, no problem!

    Doesn't sail well tho.

    FF
     
  3. Lemans
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    Lemans Lemans

    Landing crafts usually don't have the accommodation to stay a board, even if it's for a few day's.
     

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