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Vi sjösatte en Dahl 24a igår på jobbet. Den skickades idag till Helsingfors för mässan där som pågår nu i helgen! 

Fotade lite, fler bilder finns på Dahl Navals Facebooksida :)

Båten i sig är inte ny men denna var en liten specialmodell med Ullmansäten i matchande färg till sätena samt en Stainless Marine bracket bak med integrerad badbrygga. 

https://www.facebook.com/DahlNaval

 

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Intressant med pentas nya drev. Blir ju en rätt stor skillnad i avståndet mellan gångyta/vridpunkt och propparna mot ett traditionellt drev. Ska bli intressant att se lite tester.

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Dahl Naval launches Dahl P10


During the summer 2015 the first of three Dahl Patrol 10 will reach the water.
The boat is designed together with Ted Mannerfelt and will be built in Carbon fibre or Fiberglass.
The boat will be built for both pleasure and the commercial market.

For more information you find us at the boat fair in Stockholm the 28th of february to 8th of Mars.
 
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Blir intressant att se.

 

Spontant, väldigt snygg men samma låga dumma rutor som Delta 29 vilket kraftigt försämrar sikten. Lite märkligt på en bruksbåt tycker jag.

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Kommer bli en dräpare till båt, lovar! :)

Det är oerhört kul att vara med i framtagning av nya båtar, särskilt när vi har de fina resurser som finns att tillgå.

Sikten på en D29 är inget jag kännt som dåligt, kanske i riktigt skarpa girar i så fall.

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Ännu en "Gunmetal Grey" båt för stockholmare?

Vi har även gjort skisser med röda fribord, sticker ut lite mer och vart rätt häftigt tycker jag :)

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Nja, att jag kallade den för gunmetal grey var mer att det där är lite som folk säger om svarta BMW's, ofta en viss typ av människor som köper/kör dessa :)

Tycker det är jättekul att det utvecklas och byggs nya båtar i Sverige, men det är synd att marknaden bara verkar tillåta denna typen av båt, som det nu börjar finnas många av. 

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 som folk säger om svarta BMW's, ofta en viss typ av människor som köper/kör dessa :)

 

Jag är en viss typ då med min svarta BMW :lol: .

 

Att jag är en typ vet jag men att det var bilen som gjorde det visste jag inte :D . 

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Skall bli mycket intressant att följa.    

 

Cobalt Boats files patent-infringement lawsuit against Sea Ray

January 29th, 2015

 

 

Sea Ray rebuts infringement allegations by Cobalt

 

 

March 17th, 2015

 

Sea Ray Boats is denying allegations that it infringed on a Cobalt Boats patent with its submersible swim step.

Parent company Brunswick Corp. said in documents filed in U.S. District Court in the Eastern District of Virginia late last week that there was no “actual or legal basis” for the infringement lawsuit that Cobalt Boats LLC filed in late January, adding that the “defendants deny all allegations of patent infringement.”

The company denied “that Cobalt’s development of the swim step was a significant improvement in the design of boat swim platforms.”

“Brunswick admits that it is a direct competitor of Cobalt,” court documents filed last week read. “Brunswick further admits that it has promoted and sold boats with a ‘submersible swimstep.’ ”

However, the company denied that its submersible swim step was a copy of Cobalt’s step that holds U.S. Patent No. 8,375,880.

“Brunswick further denies that its ‘submersible swimstep’ infringes the ’880 Patent or corresponds to any claim limitation in the ’880 Patent,” court papers read.

The company also filed a motion to transfer the case from Virginia to eastern Tennessee, saying that “most, if not all, of the documents concerning the marketing, sales, design, operation and manufacturing of the accused products are located in or accessible from the boat group’s headquarters in Knoxville, Tenn.”

“Brunswick denies that this district is the most convenient forum for Cobalt’s action,” Sea Ray attorney David Morris said in court documents. Cobalt is based in Neodesha, Kan.

The original complaint had cited Sea Ray dealerships in Virginia that had sold Sea Ray Sundecks 220, 240, 270 and 290, which come equipped with the retractable swim step.

Sea Ray also repeated Cobalt’s request for a jury trial.

“Defendants request a jury trial for all triable issues in Cobalt’s complaint and their affirmative defenses to the extent allowed by the United States Constitution and the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure,” court documents read.

“Defendants deny that plaintiff is entitled to any relief whatsoever … in connection with this civil action,” court documents said.

Cobalt filed suit against Sea Ray on Jan. 28, saying the company’s “reckless” infringement of the patent has caused Cobalt to lose sales.

 
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Mer om stämmningen. Ser att Sea Ray håller på och "fåglar" sig..

 

Sea Ray denied venue change in patent lawsuit
 

A Virginia court denied Sea Ray Boats’ request to move a patent infringement lawsuit filed by Cobalt Boats to Tennessee, in part because of developments in technology.

U.S. District Judge Henry Coke Morgan Jr. said in his denial of Sea Ray’s motion requesting a venue change that although the accused party’s location has been the preferred forum for proceedings, that argument is moot because it’s no longer expensive and time-consuming to transport evidence in infringement suits.

“Weighing in plaintiff’s favor are its choice of forum, intent to call two non-party Virginia witnesses, the willingness of the remaining non-party witnesses to travel to the Eastern District of Virginia, and the interests of justice in fostering the speedy and inexpensive resolution of civil litigation,” Morgan wrote in his decision on Thursday.

Cobalt plans to call two Virginia boat dealers who say they have lost sales because of the alleged infringement.

Cobalt filed suit against Sea Ray Boats in January, alleging that the company infringed on Cobalt’s patent for a submersible swim step. The complaint, filed in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, said Sea Ray’s “reckless” infringement of the patent has caused Cobalt to lose sales.

The original complaint cited Sea Ray dealerships in Virginia that sold Sea Ray Sundecks 220, 240, 270 and 290, which come equipped with the retractable swim step.

Cobalt also asked that a jury determine “adequate” compensation for Sea Ray’s infringement, as well as coverage of attorneys’ fees, costs and expenses connected with the lawsuit. Cobalt is also seeking a permanent injunction to prohibit future sales of boats with the swim step feature.

Sea Ray parent company, Brunswick Corp., said in court documents filed in March that there was no “actual or legal basis” for the infringement lawsuit that Cobalt Boats LLC filed in late January, adding that the “defendants deny all allegations of patent infringement.”

The company denied “that Cobalt’s development of the swim step was a significant improvement in the design of boat swim platforms.”

The company also filed a motion to transfer the case from Virginia to eastern Tennessee, saying that “most, if not all, of the documents concerning the marketing, sales, design, operation and manufacturing of the accused products are located in or accessible from the boat group’s headquarters in Knoxville, Tenn.”

“Brunswick denies that this district is the most convenient forum for Cobalt’s action,” Sea Ray attorney David Morris said in court documents.

Cobalt is based in Neodesha, Kan.

A jury trial is scheduled for Feb. 16 at the Eastern District of Virginia Court in Norfolk.

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Brunswick sees boost from better Sea Ray sales

 

May 14th, 2015

 

A lengthy backlog on larger new Sea Ray products, such as the 650 Fly flagship boat introduced at the Yacht & Brokerage Show in Miami Beach in 2014, has made money for Sea Ray dealers and parent company Brunswick Corp.

Brunswick CEO Dustan E, McCoy told analysts Wednesday afternoon during the 16th annual B. Riley Investor Conference in Los Angeles that a “white space product” such as the 65-foot boat has been successful for both dealers and the builder, in part because of the backlog.

Though the boat was introduced in February 2014 at the Miami show, the company didn’t start building them until May 2014.

“During that interim period we sold a lot of boats,” McCoy said during the meeting, which was available to stream live via the Internet. “In fact, we sold about a year and half worth of boats and we hadn’t made the first one.”

That prompted some to ask why the company didn’t raise the price. “Our view was we had the boats priced appropriately for the market,” McCoy said.

“We and the dealers were going to do very, very well with the market arrangement in the following sense: The customer is not having to take a stock boat and they’re getting exactly what they want when they order the boat; the dealer is not having to discount the boat one penny to get it sold, nor is the dealer having to use any of his floorplan space in order to take the boat on because it’s sold at retail; and obviously from our perspective, we don’t have to do any discounting to anybody, and we make the customer a lot happier when we move it through,” McCoy said.

“So while there’s been a lot written about our inability to keep up with demand, we thought it was about perfect and we’re all making more money living that arrangement,” McCoy said.

The company also addressed the non-marine markets it plans to enter.

Brunswick president and COO Mark Schwabero, McCoy’s successor as CEO, told analysts there are “a number of significant technologies” that Mercury has patented to prevent corrosion and to preserve structural integrity when water debris comes into contact with engines.

The company is working and testing to marry some of the needs of marine with the growing needs of the automotive industry.

“As the automotive industry is looking at other places to take aluminum vehicles, they’re looking for more structural parts, rather than just sheet metal,” Schwabero said. “We have good solid significant things going on. We are still proceeding very nicely on schedule with work and testing. You should hear more information when we’re together in November to do our next three-year outline. It’s proceeding very nicely.”

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Samma motor som merc optimax JP som går på jetbränsle. 

 

Optimax JP ger 185hk ur 3litersvarianten, och går i nödfall att köra på både bensin, diesel, och såklart Jetbränsle av olika kvaliteter. 

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Direktinsprutad dieselmotor med tändstift, samma koncept som Hesselman motorn från 20-talet, den döptes om till Jävelman av en del användare vi får hoppas att modern teknik gör att man får bukt med problemen.

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Jag vet inte om detta är rätt tråd men kanske dessa platsar in här ?

Var på besök i en båtfabrik.

Dahl Patrol 10 det första exemplaren.

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Japp jag jobbar i Marine branchen med Raymarine elektronik.

I dessa båtar blir det Raymarine  :thumbsup:

 

Byggs flera Dahl modeller i samma fabrik som kommer att få gummituber i Sverige  :P

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Ja nästan alla Dahl och alla Delta har ju Raymarine :) 
Hur upplevde du henne i köttet så att säga? Bara sett byggbilder, ska bli väldigt intressant att testa henne sen! Åkte du till ön med Henrik och Co eller? :) 

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Jesper 

Stämmer bra, Delta använder Raymarine  :thumbsup:

Såg bra ut i "köttet" de gör ett duktigt jobb på ön.

Nja jag åker till ön ett par, tre gånger per år då det är "mitt område" så att säga, Estland sköts från Finland i Raymarine världen.

Märkte att jag skrev fel i föregående inlägg, den heter officielt Patrol 10.

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Förstår!

När båten är på jobbet ska jag försöka få lite bilder också på den färdigs båten :)

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Var glada att det inte finns ett båtregister i Sverige. Än.

 

http://svenska.yle.fi/artikel/2015/05/29/ny-skatt-batagare-och-motorcyklister

 

"Ägare till registrerade båtar och motorcyklar drabbas av en ny skatt. I regeringsprogrammet finns ett förslag att driva in 50 miljoner för att delvis kompensera skattebortfallet när bilskatten lindras."

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Mycket unikt att Sverige inte har registrering för fritidsbåtar. Väldigt få länder som inte har det.

I vissa stater häröver kostar det skjortan i årlig skatt för fritidsbåtar.

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Ett register hade kanske inte varit fel, men man vet ju att skatt skulle införas i samma veva.

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En av bröderna Ström som sett dessa IRL idag iaf.

Dessa två båtar jag och de andra på Dahl jobbat med den sista tiden. 16h dagar den sista veckan och 12h dagar förra veckan. Jo, även jag har skruvat rude, trot eller ej.

Nu går jag och lägger mig, heövete vad trött jag är :lol:

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Intressant läsning för den som vill.  

 

Boat sales see first drop in 15 months 

June 19th, 2015

 

 

 

Recreational boat sales fell in May, declining in both the main powerboat segments and industrywide for the first time in 15 months.

The drop was small — 1.6 percent, or 241 boats, to 15,003, in the main segments, and 2.1 percent industrywide, or 501, to 23,363, in 27 states, or about 65 percent of the U.S. market, in Statistical Surveys’ monthly report — but it marked the first time since February 2014 that sales were broadly lower.

The industry has been achieving steady, moderate gains for the last three years as it recovers from the sales slump that occurred during the Great Recession.

Minnesota had the largest decline among the early-reporting states. Sales fell there by 515 boats, from 2,658 in May 2014 to 2,143 this year, but the state still placed fourth in the rankings.

Sales fell by 110 in Texas, from 2,526 last year to 2,416 this year, but the state still ranked third nationally. Florida led the nation and showed a gain, as it usually does, reporting 3,356 sales, 506 more than the 2,850 it had last year.

Statistical Surveys national marine sales manager Ryan Kloppe said manufacturers and dealers did not tell him that they were seeing a slowdown in sales.

“We’ve had a good stretch, with more than a year of sales gains, and we finally see a bit of a dip,” he said. “I think it’s possibly a lull after the spring rush and before the summer rush.”

Kloppe said he expects sales to rebound as the summer selling season moves forward.

The only high-volume category in the main segments that showed a sales increase for the month was 11- to 40-foot fiberglass outboards, a stalwart segment during the industry’s long recovery. Sales rose 4.9 percent to 4,114 boats.

Even sales of personal watercraft were lower, dropping 2.9 percent to 5,695.

Two consistently strong categories — aluminum fishing boats and pontoon boats — showed declines. Fishing boat sales dropped by 1.3 percent to 3,399 and pontoon sales fell 4.1 percent to 5,129.

The bigger-boat categories generally fared better. Sales of 31- to 40-foot cruisers were nearly flat at 161 boats, but sales of 41- to 62-foot yachts rose by 11 to 89 and sales of 63- to 99-foot custom and semicustom yachts rose by 15 to 32.

Apart from Florida, Texas and Minnesota, the top 10 states for sales were: Michigan (No. 2, where sales rose by 155 to 2,833); New York (No. 5, where sales fell by 107 to 1,773); North Carolina (No. 6, where sales rose by 53 to 1,373); New Jersey (No. 7, where sales rose by 113 to 877); Ohio (No. 8, where sales fell by 93 to 796); Tennessee (No. 9, where sales fell by 126 to 769); and Washington (No. 10, where sales rose by 77 to 690).

Sales of jetboats rose nationally by 81 to 436; ski-boat sales fell by one to 829.

Sailboat sales fell by 34, or 13.5 percent, to 218.

 

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