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750

the big attack!

With custom deck capability!

The hull is divided into three levels, since it has two steps, with the first starting after 2/3 of the water from the bow to the stern.

Three handrails run along each side, with the lower one stopping smoothly on the first step and the other two continuing up to the mirror. The chine breaks into 4 “small volume handrails that while on the bow act as waterproof strips, on the stern depending on the speed offer cruising lines and great stability.

The hull is tied with a large connection seat and 11 fences. The 7 sidewalks are filled with foam pvc, a very strong material with a long life and they are laminated, while the deck floor functions as a second seat for the hull. The tanks are inspectable from acid GRP. The Attack 750 has 4.50m. air chambers on each side to ensure the immersion.

Throughout their length, the air chambers are covered with polyester from the bottom side to ensure: minimal friction, zero damage and the possibility of murmuring to someone who wants to have the boat in the water for a long time.

Each balloon has three compartments. In the mirror there is a built-in bracket with a way of construction that serves and double placement of motors. The bow of the boat has “polyester balloons” about 2m long. on each side. This results in the full utilization of their interior for storing things. In the union of the “air chambers” the strip is formed with a vertical inspection door.

The boat is placed on order by a worker, who is completely covered by a door. Storage is one of the great assets of the boat. The large trapezoidal taboo of the bow is divided into two independent sections with separate openings. These spaces together with the 6 side cabinets of the “polyester air chambers” exceed by themselves even the most extreme requirements, for transport of things. Without any additions, the large sundeck created on the bow comfortably accommodates two adults and a child. Large free space extends to the console, which has its own seat.

The console is centrally located relatively small and emphasizes the sporty character of the boat. Its surfaces to the governing position are sufficient to place instruments and naval aids. Upon request, the console can accommodate a chemical or navy toilet. As a steering position is available a very smart sofa seat that with a movement of the back you become semi-upright. Downstairs fits built-in refrigerator, gas stove and counter.
4 people will sit on the stern sofa. In the space between the sofa and the control seat, a small table with a telescopic tube turns this free space into a dining room on board. With the addition of an addition, a second bed is created where 2 people will find a place to sleep. Lifting the stern sofa reveals a huge storage space that will comfortably accommodate in our fishing trip 4 bags with long spearguns 2 bags with uniforms, the floating raft for 4 people and 2 refrigerators of 75 liters !!!

There are two cupboards on the floor. One houses the sheet and the other can store small items. e.g. belts with weights. The boat is self-drained in motion by a gutter with a non-return valve that ends in the mirror. At a standstill, any water that may remain on the deck is removed through the automatic billet. To the right and left of the Roll bar, two passages with very good anti-slip lead to the stern, where there is comfort of movement.

At the end of the air chambers on the right side there is a guarded telescopic ladder in a cupboard while on the left a self-draining strip for stern anchors.

In the same space can be placed catwalks that embrace the engine semicircularly, thus increasing even more the surface to be used, giving additional possibility for stern mooring in the dock. The auxiliary machine is mounted on a sliding base on the right catwalk. The test vessel has two independent tanks of acid GRP with a total capacity of 350 liters and a water tank of 120 liters.

At the sea.

The boat was tested during the holidays hard with heavy loads and ripples up to 6B that we encountered and so we can tell you that we have known it very well. As you can see from the photos, the four-stroke P250 of Yamaha 07 with LAN instruments has been chosen as the means of propulsion, with the new leg that has a water inlet for cooling the engine in the cone. The measurements, especially in consumption, were very accurate, something we constantly found in the gas station. We put as many liters of fuel as the instrument wrote, with differences of +/- 5 liters that are definitely due to the inclination of the boat in the trailer.

We tested 6 propellers, namely the Pro 23 “and Salt Water 23” from Yamaha. Mercury Ballistic 23 “and Tempest 21”, 23 “and 25”. We could tell you the measurements in detail, but we do not think it is necessary. The boat performed very well with the Tempest 21 “and 23”. as well as with the Pro 23 “. The planing was achieved before 3” and the 25 knots close to 5 “. The final we developed with the Pro 23” and the Tempest 23 “were 50.5 and 52 knots respectively at 5,900 p. with 150 liters of fuel and 3 people without luggage.The most economical speed was with the pro 23 at 3500 rpm 25 knots and consumption of only 0.91 lt / nm Given that Yamaha did not consume more than 82 liters / hour in WOT the maximum consumption we recorded was 1.6 liters / n.m.

Specifications

  • Total length 7.50 m
  • Overall width 2.50 m
  • Number of airports 4
  • Air diameter 0.47 m
  • Deadrise 24 degrees
  • Fuel tank 350 lt
  • Water tank 120 lt

Extra equipment

  • - Τέντα ηλίου
  • - Κάλυμα
  • - Κάθισμα
  • - Κονσόλα
  • - Ντεπόζιτο ενσωματωμένο 40 λτ