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By clicking 1 Click Bid, you commit to buy this item from the seller if you're the winning bidder. I am about to buy a couple of used 24 feet long aluminium pontoon boats at a great price and I thought of modifying one of them. I was thinking of designing a central log, big enough to accommodate the diesel engine (a 3-4 cylinder 50-60 hp). Can you say if the presence of the other two logs will influence the prop performance by pushing air underneath the central log? Location: Milwaukee, WI Simple as possible would be the motor in a well that doesn't touch the water and a long enough shaft held by a V strut and the aft end. I was thinking about that but I am not sure that is going to work as the diesel engine is twice as heavy as the gas one and there will be float-ability problems plus the prop is not protected. I forgot to mention that the boat will travel most of the time at max capacity 12-15 persons so the central log will be needed to compensate the weight of the engine. Location: Milwaukee, WI You don't want the simple, low maintenance options and call them fantasies.


Location: NW Washington State USA I'd consider shaping the aft end of the ctr hull a bit like the 1st photo and a bit like an axe bow.
Originally Posted by Easy Rider I'd consider shaping the aft end of the ctr hull a bit like the 1st photo and a bit like an axe bow. I thought about this too just like a submarine propulsion but I am not sure if the prop being so close to the surface will ventilated and cavitation will be bad. The tunnel Gonzo suggested is not a bad idea and actually the Rescue Minor its a tunnel prop design.
Originally Posted by gonzo With a tunnel, the shaft can be almost horizontal Do you have any example of such tunnel on such a narrow hull? Location: Milwaukee, WI The tunnel is the same dimension regardless of the hull. When making potentially dangerous or financial decisions, always employ and consult appropriate professionals. 2001 MONARCK 24 FOOT PONTOON BOAT WITH A INBOARD OUBOARD ENGINE AND TRAILER IT RUNS GREAT IS VERY FAST SMOOTH RIDING AND GREAT ON GAS IT NEEDS UPHOLSTRY WORK THE FRONT OF ONE PONTOON HAS A DENT BUT DOES NOT LEAK OR AFFECT IT AT ALL GUARENTEED THE TRAILER IS IN EXCELLENT SHAPE AND READY TO PULL ANYWHER. Import charges previously quoted are subject to change if you increase you maximum bid amount. The idea is to fit it with a diesel inboard and a normal shaft but keep the low draft of the sterndrive or outboard engine. Shape of the log - and here I was thinking of designing a log somehow looking like the Rescue Minor boat - I found a smaller model here - How to design an outboard on an Atkin Seabright Skiff???
Position of the log - I thought of moving the log further back exceeding the transom but the question is how does a shorter log influence the general handling of the pontoon?
What would be the max prop size for such design considering the shallow draft of the pontoon?


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If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable. Cut off the high and low ends of the pinch to make a narrow horizontal surface top and bottom.
With thousands of already satisfied and loyal customers, we look forward to creating a durable, affordable pontoon boat to suit all your needs. Choose a prop dia and run the shaft log through the pinch as low as possible (probably a bit below center) w acceptable prop clearance to a shoe attached to the bottom of the pinch filling the hole and reinforce this area. We invest in the best water based and computer aided design and manufacturing tools available to create pontoon boats with accurate dimensions, precise furniture patterns, exact aluminum sizing, and a smoother finish. We have mastered our design techniques over our 40 years in the business and we continue to innovate, bringing stylish and comfortable boats to the water. See our Design Options »Impeccable ConstructionOur expert manufacturing team creates every pontoon boat in our own facility, ensuring the highest quality construction every time. Our experienced, in house team of welders, furniture makers, assemblers, and quality assurance engineers is committed to making your pontoon boat perfect. That's why we have one of the lowest incidences of warranty claim in the industry, year after year.



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