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StormCats December 2010 Newsletter

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New StormBreaker 710 Tourer owned by John McCartney

John had a lot of input on the design of his boat and was present at most key points of the build, his seating arrangment was based arround comfort and safety for his family, the canopy was designed by John, Stormcats and Nigel from Irish Spars in Northern Ireland, it was designed so it can fold back when not in use, and I must admit it turned out to be a very robust and quality piece of kit.

The boat is fitted with a 200 hp Evinrude E tek and has a top speed of 45 knots but cruises at 30 knots very nicely.

Team StormCats wish John and his family all the best with there new boat and happy sailing.





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New Model StormBreaker 710 Delivered

New Model StormBreaker 710 heads to her new home, The Anderson family of Melfort house.



Mathew and Yvonne have the first new 710 StormBreaker Tourer which on the delivery trip throught the Sound of Jura we encountered 3 mtr seas and heavy tidal overfalls, even thought the conditions were far from ideal the new model took it exceptionally well, we did the 56 miles in 2 hrs 20 min.(average 22 knots)

The boat is fitted out to Mathews and Yvonnes specific layout with custom made seats from Outhill seats which are to a very high standard, there is total seating for 11 persons, Garmin GPS, Garmin Sounder, Standard Horizon DSC VHF, a Fusion I pod music system and a Plastimo offshore compass. She has a top speed of 33 knots and cruises lovely at 24 knots fitted with a 115 hp Evinrude. and 6 hp Tohatsu Auxilliary.


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Charlotte Mary goes to Lochgilphead

A new StormAngler was delivered last week to her new owner in Lochgilphead, Argyll.

Team StormCats wish Allan all the best in his new boat.



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New Tope Hunter 5.9 heads for Ardnamurchan

This is our highest specked Tope Hunter to date, she is absolutly stunning with custom made bucket seats and a dual purpose back seat all in Scirroco blue, the seats were made by Outhill seats, she has a full inventory of electronics etc.

The StormCats team wish Richard all the best with his new stunning boat.

PS she is a cracker!



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StormAngler Commercial for Portnahaven

StormAngler Lynsay Lou goes Commercial, after being registered and a survey done by Seafish she is now registered and licensed for fishing .



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New StormAngler for Portree in Skye

Alastair MacAulay in Skye took delivery of his new StormAngler which is fitted with a new 9.8 hp Tohatsu. Alastair is going to be doing a bit of potting and fishing.

The StormCats team wish Alastair and family all the best with there new boat.


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Coming home of an old friend

StormCats first MonoStorm 5.6 was sold to a local fisherman in 2002. She was fitted with a Honda 50 hp then upgraded 2 years agoto a 70 hp Tohatsu.

Today the Local fisherman traded in 8 year old MonoStorm for a bigger 5.9 Tope Hunter which he transfered the 70 hp Tohatsu onto.

Team StormCats wish Boo and family all the best with his new boat and thank him for his return custom.



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New 5 mtr Tope Hunter Heads for Redcar in Middlesbourgh

NEW 5 mtr Tope Hunter Heads for Redcar in Middlesbourgh, this was built for Melvin Thorpe who will be using her with his family fishing and potting. Melvin built his own trailer and will also fit a new Yamaha 50hp four stroke.

The StormCats team wish Melvin and his wife all the best with his new boat.





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Tope Hunter Test Report

"There are interesting things happening in the StormCats boatyard. The Monostorm is well established as a successful design, however, the firm’s mechanic is from South Africa and he wanted a small boat for himself and his family, an open boat. They had been working on the Monostorm hull to produce a different kind of boat. The tumblehome was removed, the waterline beam was increased to provide even greater stability and then to reduce the wetted area they incorporated chine cutaways at the transom as used on tournament skiboats to allow the wake to fold quickly, it also reduces the amount of spray from the stern."

The above quote is from the November issue of Boat Fishing Monthly. For the full test report click here

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