Boating on the cheap

byron

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Here is a nice boat for the beginner
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and there's nothing wrong with a home made BBQ either
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That trolley is a good idea /forums/images/graemlins/blush.gif

If you could weld a tray on the bottom to hold coals , you wouldn't even need to build a fire ....

BBQ anywhere !

I'm off to Dragons Den with that one !
 

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Think how cheap the licence would be? Unpowered, LOA 1.0m, beam 0.7m, draft 0.15m, air draft 1.0m!

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But it is powered, look closely, enough power there to pull up 3 skiers from a deep water start.
 

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Does it have to be fully Electrically powered only to qualify or is a dual system acceptible (ie like the EA launches with Electric and Diesel)....?

(Cogs starting to turn in my mind!!)
 

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I guess you could strap two Min-Kotas to the bathing platform and try your luck ?

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If you removed your normal props and used the two perkins to charge the Min-kotas I don't see how it wouldn't qualify as an electric launch and a half price license /forums/images/graemlins/laugh.gif
 
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