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    Re: 40'' Seaplane Tender, new build. mods and improvements.
    Re - I must of mist this earlier, sorry. They are designed to have full standing room in the aft section, but it might be the angle making it look short and high. This hull was designed for a jet unit but I braced the transom and fitted a stern drive as mentioned. You can also build them as a partial cabin (aft top section removed and screen about where the back of the lower window ends) and the design also allowed you to lengthen the hull by adding extra frames. Hartleys were a very common design in the 60s through 80s , along with Pelins . Still a lot around today, (my 12ft dinghy which I have rebuilt, is a 70s Pelin '
    Nomad
    ', which has a very stable 'gull wing' hull. JB
    5 months ago by jbkiwi


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