Pontoon boats generally go up to around 30 miles per hour. That’s the cruising speed for them. But with a little ingenuity, the owner of this one turned up the dials a couple notches, and this has become the world’s fastest pontoon boat, capable of going 114 mph on the surface of a lake. Well beyond highway speeds.
I’m not sure just how choppy this ride would be! I’ve been in boats cruising over the lake, like most people, and it’s a bit of a rough ride at anything over trolling speed really, even with small waves.
A Good RV Cover Can Protect Your Investment
An RV can be the biggest investment a person or family makes, when people are using Luxury Trailers, Motorhomes and Motorcoaches. Even RV truck campers can get up there in price. So we start to think about protecting these investments, so they’ll last a long time, and be in good shape for a long time, and also to retain their resale value if we ever decide to sell. There are a few options for protecting our RVs, whether its a trailer, motorhome, or a camper.
One option is a fabric RV cover. This is definitely the most economical option, but, depending on the RV owner, it could be a hassle putting it on the RV all the time. Even if it takes a few minutes, it could be raining or snowing, but also even just a few minutes add up over time. What is easier to use is a metal car bay style RV cover. They cost more than fabric, but all you have to drive is drive into them. Just make sure you get the right size. Other things to keep in mind when storing your RV:
– Remove any food that rodents and other pests might be attracted to
– When winter comes, winterize the pipes
– Check all the seals – this is easier than fixing mold and rot
-Lock the doors and windows
Another note: Tires for RVs are important and they can be protected with Rv tire covers. Because tires are expensive, RV tire covers are something a lot of people invest in to protect their more important investment (tires).
Hobby Landhaus RV, a 5-Berth Twin-Axle Fixed-Bed Touring Caravan (rare)
This RV Trailer is like a house on wheels for real, and I guess it should be, since it’s got 5 berths and a lot of house-style features, such as the U-shape lounge seating area in the main part of the trailer, which also converts into a large double bed for increased sleeping capacity.
Conversions don’t stop there, as the side dinette also transforms into another, single, bed. Those are sleeping areas in addition to the roomy bedroom, which is separated from the other parts of the RV with a door.
- Other features:
- Casette flushing toilet, sink vanity unit
- Kitchen equipped with gas cooker, sink and 3 way fridge freezer.
- Tv & dvd player
- Tows very well, 1900kg in weight so can be towed with a SUV/ 4×4 car.
- Galvanised chassis , good brakes and tyres etc ready for the road.
- Ideal for siting on a caravan park pitch… loads of space inside. Very tidy condition.