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|Length Overall: 18'||Draft: 2'|
|Beam: 7'3"||Engine: Yanmar 2GMY 12hp @ 3200 RPM|
|An evolution of over 165 years guiding ships in and out of Port Phillip Heads, this rugged little workboat will astound you with her seaworthy nature and clean sweeping lines.|
|Hand built clinker style, with an African Teak fitout and a classic Yanmar "putt putt" this little dream boat turns heads were ever she goes.|
|History Of The Port Phillip Pilot Service|
Port Phillip Pilot Launch
|Wyuna (clear and peaceful waters surfing @ six knots.||Comfortable seating for up to 8 adults|
|As a day boat Wyuna cuts a striking image||Simple gear and throttle controls make her highly manouverable and easy to handle.|
|The sturdy spray dodger gives instant protection from the elements. Traditional soft fendering is practical around the marina or when alongside.||An evolutionary workboat, "designed by the pilots for the pilots" for use around the treacherous Port Phillip Heads.|
Yanmar 2GMFY 12 hp @ 3200 RPM
The Wyuna is fitted with a 2GMFY Yanmar diesel.
@ 155 kg this little beuty is no light weight!.
Imported for the Wyuna from Japan, these engines are made to order.
Heat exchanger cooling and Good "old fashioned" direct gear lever control, this cast iron engine has all of the characteristics you would expect from an engine built in the 60'S.
Electric start or hand cranked, this engine purrs like a kitten. Smooth and low revving, you could run non stop all the way to England.