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Cheyenne posted 02-06-2003 05:26 PM ET (US)   Profile for Cheyenne   Send Email to Cheyenne  
Hi, we just bought a used 9' Whaler that's in great condition. But we're unable to find out (1) how big an outboard we can use, (2) how much the boat weighs, (3) a source of tilt-down davits. Also, has anyone tried to install a small center counsel on a boat this size? In advance, thanks for your advice! Ken
Offshore20 posted 02-06-2003 06:36 PM ET (US)     Profile for Offshore20  Send Email to Offshore20     
Hope this helps:

Dry weight 165lbs.
Max H.P. (5)
Can,t help with the davitts.
Little on the small side for center console.

Landlocked posted 02-07-2003 10:15 AM ET (US)     Profile for Landlocked  Send Email to Landlocked     
While not specific to your boat, there is a small rigid inflatable boat used as a tender at to a larger boat at a local marina that has a center console. The boat couldn't be more than 10' long. Granted, its designed to sit down behind instead of stand up but it looks cool.

Ll.

Bigshot posted 02-07-2003 11:09 AM ET (US)     Profile for Bigshot  Send Email to Bigshot     
I assume this is the tender and not the squall. There is a guy here with a 9' with a small center console that runs a 25hp on it. The transom is tough as hell on that so many 9' I see are running 9.9's so they will plane. With a 5hp it is strictly a tender. With a 9.9 you can have some fun. I would not however suggest a standup center console on that unless you have really good balance and surf or skateboard. Leaning your weight will turn it so you would not even need a steering wheel.
dscew posted 02-07-2003 11:47 AM ET (US)     Profile for dscew    
I saw a 9' Tender on the lake last year, it looked from the way it sat in the water like it was a displacement hull rather than a pling hull. It looked like it was very low in the water. Anyone know anything about this?
dscew posted 02-07-2003 12:45 PM ET (US)     Profile for dscew    
I meant "planing," not pling.

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