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The handcrafted F14 - A pictorial from Force Boats

by Kelly Bickerton on 15 Feb 2013
F14 Force Boats http://www.forceboats.com
The handcrafted F14 from Force Boats. The F14s versatile hull can be used for many applications.

The Stats:

Rated to 60hp
Total weight 280 kg's (including 40hp motor) a weight that will suit most Davit's
Foam core, hand laid, vacuum bag construction
Towed 1 x adult skier 80kg's
Towed 2 x kids on a tube (squealing and giggling of course!) Rated to seat five adults
Extremely smooth in rough conditions
Top Speed - GPS tested 35mph / 56 km’s (with 40hp)

The F14 pictures shown here feature the following Options...

Custom Silver pin striping, all in Gel Coat Finish, Automatic Bilge, Silver Carbon Look Highlights, Electric LED Navigation Lights, Internal Cockpit Lights, One Piece moulded Deck and Floor Liner, S/S Pop up Cleats S/S Drink Holders Rex Marine Ski Pole, Rex Marine Fittings throughout, Submersible Lower hull for stability at rest, Fixed F14 tender attachments to stop bumping your cruiser, loads of storage compartments with S/S latches, Handy upholstered pockets, Esky under Rear Lounge and a 42 Litre Fuel Tank.










http://forceboats.com/

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