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Author: Krampus   Posts: 1   Photos: 3   Subscribers: 0   Views: 89   Responses: 3   |   Most recent posts shown first   (Show oldest first)

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Rasta Craft - Jamaican Pleasure Boat - Posted: 1st Jul 2017
1 JUL 17 - Using a borrowed Lisa M yacht hull made by German manufacturer Krick and the cockpit of a scratch built I made earlier (now defunct), I'm now working on this new vessel. For no logic reason, I decided to use Jamaican Rasta culture for inspirational purposes. Just something different for may flotilla. Water tested with a 30A Mtroniks "Tio" controller, a 500-series motor, a 10.8 NIHM battery and a 40mm propeller. A winning combination for this boat. I added spray rails and just painted the hull in yellow

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Response by Krampus on the 9th Jul 2017
So here it is. "Cheapskate" almost finished and during it first real-life conditions ride at a local lake.😁
Response by John on the 9th Jul 2017
Very nice job, well done!
Response by RNinMunich on the 10th Jul 2017
I'll second that 👍👍