Originally Posted by Steady Hand
I posted a response in this discussion earlier, and recently came across another boat that can come up to the beach (you may find this close enough to be considered "beaching"). With the addition of some short "beaching legs" it may possibly be beached and "dried out" in a tidal area but I would check with the manufacturer to find out about possible damage to the lifting keel
and rudders for this particular boat.
I found it interesting. The lifting keel
and rudders and ability to get into shoal waters looks appealing. It also has TWIN lifting rudders.
Here are a few other facts:
= 2'5" to 7'
= 23,000 pounds
Keel = Vertically Retracting High Aspect Keel/Solid Lead Torpedo, Electrically Operated
Rudders = Vertically Retracting High Aspect Rudders (2)
Wow, awesome boat! Very different. And not a bad price
. I wonder how you would service
the inner tube that houses the retractable keel.