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manton
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szuwarek 364

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Good morning ,
I am living in Poland and have a question l wish to buy this boat ( see Fotos ) its a szuwarek 364 it is 72 kg and l have a seagull 40 plus motor, will it push this boat ok.
Thank you Barrie Watson :D
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Depends on how fast you want to go. I guess the 364 means 3.64 M ? My guess maybe 8 km/Hr.
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Re: szuwarek 364

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thanks Phil I dont need to go fast 8 km is enough, its 11,11 foot, they have some funny boats here for river fishing they use 28 foot long 3 foot wide flat bottom boats with 5/6 hp motor and they are very fast.
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Re: szuwarek 364

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My boat is the same lenghth and I use a 40+ which pushes it along with no problems
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Hi Chris What boat do you use ?
Barrie :)
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A 12' scruffie design called a shimmy, it is a wooden lug rigged sailing boat
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Re: szuwarek 364

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Nice one :D regards barrie
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It is a semi displacement hull and top speed is governed by the waterline length unless you can get it to plane. a small seagull pushed my 14ft very happily and a 6hp suzuki didn't make it go much faster.
Very similar to yours but 150kg.
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Thats a very nice Looking boat , Semi displacement, How do,s this Type of hull rum in different sea states.
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Very good sea keeping qualities. Loads of freeboard. Doesn't suffer from slap as do many flatter or triple hulls. I don't go out when the weather is rough but I have been caught out a few times and this is a good boat in rough seas.
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the boat is now sitting on a trailer in my garden l am looking for a way to build a tent on the boat to be able to sleep and take cover in bad weather, maybe someone here on this forum has some tips, regards barrie
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I have some 9mm glassfiber tent poles l could make something like on the Yorkshire Coble (see Foto ) and do it like this see foto 2 barrie :D
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Re: szuwarek 364

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manton wrote:the boat is now sitting on a trailer in my garden l am looking for a way to build a tent on the boat to be able to sleep and take cover in bad weather, maybe someone here on this forum has some tips, regards barrie

Have a look at " Thames Rowing Skiff tent"

Quite a common thing in its day, you can still hire them on the Thames.

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