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    Another viking joins the forum. Hello from Norway!

    Hi there!

    Been sniffing around this forum for a while, thought i could share a few pictures of my boat with you guys

    It's a 08' Tintorera Threestepp 610. Buildt in Norway. The hull has been used for racing for some time now. The original Threestepp had a single driver cockpit, with bucket seats and a fully race-prepped interiour. This version is more like a "speed-cruiser" version, with a bit more kit.

    I Bought the hull in May, and started working on it.
    This is how the boat looked when i got it (when we picked it up):



    The engine was bought. Brand spanking new F115 Yamaha. As this boat is a "speedcruiser" or whatever you would like to call it, i went for this engine because of the fuel economy, aswell as the sound of the four-stroke when im doing some proprides!



    Back in the garage, we mounted the CMC lift aswell as the engine and hydraulic lines, electrical stuff, ++



    Then, gauges, steering, stereo, switches, lift-switch, hot foot pedal, ++



    After a good round with cleaner & polish, plus some new decals, the boat was ready for the sea. My friend had to stand on the trailer because the boat with the engine is a bit heavy.. actually, the whole trailer would flip backwards if he didnt stand there. The prop on the picture is a 23" Turbo prop. It was a bit small, so i swapped it for a 28" Cleaver instead



    Now, finally! on the water:



    Picture of the first drive in the boat. On my way to the house, to check everything was working ok.



    After 1 week, i got the boat out of the water, to powerwash the boat for dirt that had grown



    Picture of me driving in the sunset, towards Stavern Harbour





    Then, a picture of the boat in August. Time to park the boat inside the garage for the winter. Flushing out the system with freshwater, a good wash, cleaner and polish again




    Top speed is around 63 knots. It loves beeing trashed in a bit of sea, and its just pure fun to drive! The hull is capable of some serious air, aswell as going fast in rough seas.


    Final picture this summer before it went to storage
    Hope you like it!

    (Got lots of more pictures from the rigging of the boat, aswell as other pictures around, if you like to see)

    Last edited by hannye; 12-18-2010 at 04:18 PM. Reason: Added photo

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    Welcome nice boatRick

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    Hi!

    Thank you :-)
    The hull is 320kg heavy, 20 feet long, and 160cm width.

    Rides very low, but very nice in rough seas :-)

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    Welcome,Hannye,to a great power boating site! Nice looking hull,looks like a fun ride!! Thanks for sharing your pictures!
    why ask me ?


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    Thanx Stokernick

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    Cool boat! Welcome aboard!
    Drive it like you stole it!



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    I need a waterpickup for my F115. Since i dont have access to any machine shop atm i cant make one myself.
    Is there anyone in here, that is handy and want to earn a extra buck? :-) i need a complete bolt-on solution for my boat.

    The giver (The pickup that bolts to the hull) - aswell as custom inlet-plates that bolt on the engine intake.

    Anyone in here that can help out? :-)

    Cheers

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    thats really a good looking boat! Welcome to scream and fly!

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    Thanx dude :-)

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    Can't click onto any of your pics in post #10? No problem seeing the ones in post #1.
    Nice looking boat.

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    There! a bit of a hassle to get the images up on the site.. just click the small icons, and the images will be bigger :-)

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