View Full Version : Anyone need a Cruising Craft?

14-Aug-12, 04:10 PM
Cruising Craft for sale



Jon Pert
14-Aug-12, 04:16 PM
To wide to tow so you need your own private slip!

Keith Oakley
14-Aug-12, 04:27 PM
Nah - I'm sure I've seen John & Rob tow them with a LandRover. It'll be a snip for any local rescue organisation.

Jon Pert
14-Aug-12, 04:35 PM

Anyway, here it is on google maps https://maps.google.co.uk/maps?q=dundee+airport&hl=en&ll=56.451713,-3.017163&spn=0.002455,0.008256&sll=52.8382,-2.327815&sspn=11.001214,33.815918&t=h&hq=dundee+airport&z=18

14-Aug-12, 06:53 PM
To wide to tow so you need your own private slip!

How wide is the craft when off hover? You can legally tow approx 10 foot wide as you are allowed 12" overhang either side of a trailer which can be upto 2.55 mtrs wide.

Mustang Hovercraft
14-Aug-12, 09:35 PM
AFAIK when the side-bodies are deflated the width is under 2.5 metres. I have a brochure somewhere detailing the spec.

15-Aug-12, 10:57 AM
Great hovers - looks like its quite an old one tho...?

Jon Pert
15-Aug-12, 11:01 AM
Circa '99 by the looks http://www.thefreelibrary.com/Dundee+switches+crash+rescue+hovercraft.-a054050437

20-Aug-12, 10:31 AM
I'm seriously tempted......! Its only at 3k, and a six year old Snapper sold on ebay yesterday for 5500 - so its curently something of a bargain!

20-Aug-12, 06:56 PM
The solid trailer is 14ft wide and not street legal.
The craft is 15 years old

David Ryan
20-Aug-12, 09:04 PM
Or for a smaller road legal cruiser, you could check this out: http://hoverclub.org.uk/index.php/topic,3823.0.html

22-Aug-12, 07:15 PM
HoverAid bought the craft/won the auction, for a project in Madagascar.

23-Aug-12, 08:30 AM
Good to hear it's gone to such a worthwhile home. If you hear any news of it's use in the future please let us know - I'd very much like to hear more about the project.