The WINNER is???
Thanks to everone that supplied a tender for the new GT package. We had interest from as far away as the UK, Europe & a number of clubs on the eastern seaboard. Its been tough to pick just 1 but we have a winner!
Its here, the new GT demo boat
After a very successful surf test we went straight back to the factory & took a mould the new bow of the GT. Added with a few internal adjustments we believe we have our most electric design to date.
Now its your turn to test the our newest hull design.
Travel dates & testing locations are as follows, 17/8 Woolgoolga, 18/8 Mollymook, 23 & 24/8 Anglesea. Please contact Jase 0411337516 to register your interest.
The GT for sale by tender#
#Conditions apply. 1 South Coast Surf Boats logo remains on the boat as long as the winning club owns it. 2 Suppliers logos are to remain till the end of the Australian Titles 2014. 3 The GT will be handed over in as new condition. 4 The winning club to arrange transport. 5 The winning club must be able to transfer funds within 7 days. If unable to do so another club will be picked as the tender winner.
Caring for your boat.
- Check the seat & foot stretcher fixing before your training session. If they are loose, tighten them or let someone know.
- Carry the boat to the water rather than dragging it across the sand.
- Drain the boat after every use, the easiest way to do this is tipping it while half on the trailer making sure the back roller is under the keel.
- Wash with soapy water after every use or at least once a week.
- Open all access hatches/port hole allowing the boat to breathe & stop condensation building.
- While the hatches are open wipe a rag around the thread of the hatch to remove sand making opening easier.
- Disconnect the batteries between uses this will prolong their power & help stop rusting & stains.
- If your boats are stored outside cover them with a boat cover or at least a tarp
- Your boat should be rolled & polished at least once a year.
- Constant maintenance is the best way to prolong your boats life.
Before you pack your boats away for the winter make sure you,
- Wash with soapy water removing all salt & sand.
- Drain the boat.
- Open all access hatches/port holes.
- Disconnect & charge the batteries.
- Cover the boat.
Enjoy the off season.