Jump to content
Fiskersiden

MrVolcom
 Share

Recommended Posts

Kan prøve dekktralle, men den ser litt stor og tung ut i seg selv. Iallefall til å ta med ut i båten etterpå, hehe...

Tilslutt tok jeg påhengsen på busstur også. Fikk en knallfin dorgetur i sola idag. Båten planet med meg og bagasje. Imponert over den lille tassen, den er ikke større enn 3.5 hk firetakter...

20121106_142801.jpg

20121112_125349.jpg

20121112_132518.jpg

20121112_133929.jpg

Video av planingen:

th_20121112_130623.jpg

:P

Edited by kje
  • Like 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

Still struggling with the svingerfest.... Everyone is out of stock til january it seems and every home made version has been problematic. Haven't begun to do a box for the battery and lodd yet. might get a lowrance ice fishing bag. after all that's sorted i can start on building the flybridge :D

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Jeg vurderer å lage en livbåt tl gummibåten min; det skal i så fall bli en ca 26 fots Gimsøy.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Jeg skjønner ikke helt hvorfor de er værre enn en hvilken som helst båt uten selvvlens?

Tillater meg å være uenig i dette. Ser for meg at jeg hadde vært mere konfortabel i hansviken enn i en badering som du plutselig bruker som hatt når en vindkule får godt tak i den.

Men når sant skal sies, hansviken er også for liten til Trondheimsfjorden. Det er ikke noen steder og gjemme seg hvis solgangsbrisen plutselig blir for sterk.

Så, til våren blir det Askeladden P66 som blir med hit i stedet for Hansviken.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Tillater meg å være uenig i dette. Ser for meg at jeg hadde vært mere konfortabel i hansviken enn i en badering som du plutselig bruker som hatt når en vindkule får godt tak i den.

Men når sant skal sies, hansviken er også for liten til Trondheimsfjorden. Det er ikke noen steder og gjemme seg hvis solgangsbrisen plutselig blir for sterk.

Så, til våren blir det Askeladden P66 som blir med hit i stedet for Hansviken.

men den askeladden får du hverken med baki bilen eller på bussen. Må jo sammenligne gummibåten med de båtene det er realistisk å sammenligne den med.
Link to comment
Share on other sites

Wind will not blow an inflatable that size over without the co-operation of an overly powerful motor, and quite possibly a big wave to launch off of. Biggest problem in wind, apart from wave size and spray is that the shallow keel sacrifices a lot of the directional stability and allows the boat to slide too much... particularly sideways.

Bear in mind these boats are cat C approved... that means 2M waves. I wouldn't reccommend it however :D

Another thing... I'd be confident in anything Trondheimsfjord can throw at me in a Rana 17. It is just a paddling pool compared to Boknafjorden in a westwind.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

men den askeladden får du hverken med baki bilen eller på bussen. Må jo sammenligne gummibåten med de båtene det er realistisk å sammenligne den med.

Ser det. Men utgangspunktet for disse innleggene var min redsel for å sette meg i en slik båt. Men nå er jeg kanskje litt ekstrem, flytedress med redningsvest utenpå. Vanntett VHF og pennraketter i brystlommen og 2 overlevelsesdrakter liggende i en åpen 18 foter.

Og, alt er vel en vanesak, kanskje hadde jeg selv kjøpt meg en om det ikke hadde vært andre alternativer. Men de ser fryktelig små der ute når de ligger og dupper midtfjords.

Edit skriveleif

Edited by Tomrp
Link to comment
Share on other sites

I'm normally that level of careful too... The Rana had an entire 4th of july celebration in flares and smoke markers in it. even considering a survival suit now, but with the lack of space to change on my yacht it's probably not smart... don't fancy trying to fish like a teletubby all day.

The small inflatables ARE small :) Very aware of that when a 26-30 footer is bearing down on you. They are very limited in their capablities and comfort, but then they fill a gap that bigger or even similar sized rigid boats can't in portability, low weight and ability to launch from places other boats can't... not to mention they do outperform most equivalent sized rigid hull boats in anycase

Link to comment
Share on other sites

The small inflatables ARE small :) Very aware of that when a 26-30 footer is bearing down on you. They are very limited in their capablities and comfort, but then they fill a gap that bigger or even similar sized rigid boats can't in portability, low weight and ability to launch from places other boats can't... not to mention they do outperform most equivalent sized rigid hull boats in anycase

I agree! :)

Link to comment
Share on other sites

I have this one, it can on the transom even with motor and wheels up. http://webshop.predatorsportfishing.dk/shop/stangholder-transportabel-492p.html

Do you have a picture of the boat? There are hundreds of different patents for rodholders. Some you can glue onto the boat via a PVC patch or screw onto oarlocks etc.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

Loading...
 Share

×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use.