Single engine Sea Angler (wing motor)

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rblevens
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Single engine Sea Angler (wing motor)

Postby rblevens » Fri Aug 11, 2017 7:07 am

I am interested in putting a single engine in the "Sea Angler."
Do you think I should consider a wing engine?

I am not really building this to be a sport fisher- but more of a occasional dive boat- plus a boat my wife and I could run around the Bahamas in... stay overnight in it and save hotel costs...

The weight savings would be nice... comments?

Please- what do you think? Single engine or?

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Re: Single engine Sea Angler (wing motor)

Postby kens » Fri Aug 11, 2017 8:21 am

Rather than using a twin screw design and fitting single screw, just start with a single engine design,,,,,,,,Lobster boat,,,,
Look how Hinckley has taken the lobster design and finished it out

http://www.hinckleyyachts.com/models/picnic-boats/
Oak is over rated, everything about it takes extra time; then it warps, splits or checks !!! :roll:

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Re: Single engine Sea Angler (wing motor)

Postby chuoiit » Tue Jun 26, 2018 8:36 pm

, This is a great article. It gave me a lot of useful information. thank you very much.
Nhiều người thắc mắc hắc lào ở háng và một số bệnh khác !!!

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Re: Single engine Sea Angler (wing motor)

Postby dmac » Wed Jun 27, 2018 8:15 am

Glen L's notes on Sea Angler indicate that a single engine is optional. Great choice, BTW!


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