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  Reply # 1727440 28-Feb-2017 09:02
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MikeB4:

 

MikeAqua:

 

The mighty Paj with boat

 

 

 

 

 

Nice. The boat looks like it would ride very well and be comfortable at anchor I like the Hull design.

 

 

She's very seaworthy, but a bit blunt in the bow.  This is great for crossing breaking surf - bars, beach launches etc because the bow is bouyant and lots of spray deflection.

 

But punching into a sea-breeze it can slam a bit.  Have to slow down to about 12 or 15 knots which is only just planing.





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Mine. 

2016 Nissan LEAF "Tekna" with a 30kWh battery. 

 

 

Someone in Nelson has one of these - in grey.  I nearly stepped in front of it in the airport car park last week ... not looking and it's almost silent at car park speed. My bad  embarassed





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  Reply # 1729052 2-Mar-2017 17:46
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MikeAqua:

 

Linuxluver:

 

Mine. 

2016 Nissan LEAF "Tekna" with a 30kWh battery. 

 

 

Someone in Nelson has one of these - in grey.  I nearly stepped in front of it in the airport car park last week ... not looking and it's almost silent at car park speed. My bad  embarassed

 



Glad you survived. :-) 

They can make a wee whining sound by default....but most drivers turn it off (switch on the dash). But I do leave mine on if I'm in a car park with people around......and they aren't wearing headphones. If I see headphones......there's no point leaving the whiny thing on. 





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Here's my ride to work

 

My Ride





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  Reply # 1749831 28-Mar-2017 23:16
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MikeAqua:

 

The mighty Paj with boat

 

 

 

Snap with the red Pajero.  I still have the Paj, but the boat went a few years back after I broke my back because the short choppy waves in the Sounds were murder

 

 

 





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