Boat Building: WellBoat models:
Wellboat 30 - 3,15x3,01, 37 kg.lightest in its class,the
boat is popular among outdoor enthusiasts
Wellboat 36 - 3,71x3,62,inexpensive boat designed for Hunter
and fishermen,with the motor of 5 horsepower
Wellboat 37 - 3,76x3,60,inexpensive boat with useful area
greater than similar fishing models
Wellboat 42 -4,20x4,10,inexpensive boat, volume V = 250l,
specifically designed with large cockpit allows the boat to move
freely without fear caught for fishing and hunting-Quality Lake
And River Boat
Wellboat 43 - 4,51x4,30,body designed from AMg5,Lake And
River fishing Boat
Walker, the stability of the boat with large cockpit under the
motor to 60 hp Trimarans contours (, provide high lateral stability.
The boat is designed for hiking, hunting and fishing, transporting
people to perform specific functions in the coastal rivers, lakes,
seas and deep reservoirs of at least 0.5 m in wave height up to
0.75 m and the distance from the coast up to 5 miles.
Case-welded, the thickness of the metal (alloy AMG5M) 3 mm at the
bottom and transom, 2 mm - on the sides. The alloy does not corrode,
so the boat does not require painting, special care and storage.
Seats and payol made of waterproof plywood. For ease of mooring
and fender provided lifelines of the AMG pipes. In the stern is
the drain hole with plug. Thanks to the buoyancy of the foam blocks
that are located under the sewing boards, as well as fore and aft,
the boat with a load rating remains afloat on an even keel, even
when completely filled with water.
Wellboat 45 - 4,60x4,50, upgrade ,modernized version of
the boat Wellboat 45M
Wellboat 45M -Easy to operate boat with large allows not
only comfortable to sit "on the road," the five crew members,
but also to put on payolah fishing boxes for all.
Wellboat 52,53 Jet
Wellboat 55Jet - 5,80x5,53, Steering (gear, wheel, rope),Soft
folding front seats, Electricity (instrument - voltmeter, fuel gauge
in a stationary tank, 12V socket, 2pcs., Power switch, disconnect
switch, terminals, battery under the seat, automatic electric bilge
pump, navigation lights); Lockers,.uel tank 130l.,Payol corrugated
aluminum, Feed crinolines, Railing at the stern, Bow Pulpit,Bow
Wellboat 63P- 6,64x6,30,Properly selected contours of the
boat, combined with a robust body structure and sufficient amounts
of buoyancy make it a safe boat while sailing in stormy weather
Wellboat 69C - 7,24x6,90,very popular boat with self-draining
cockpit,increasing the length to 7 meters, using a 200hp outboard
187330, Leningrad Region., Kirov region, g.Otradnoe, Nikolsky highway,
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"Wellboat" in translation from English means "good boat",
so the foundation of our business is the safety and reliability
of our boats.
It is laid with the inception of the boats. Each Wellboat model
boat designed for scientific and reasonable methods of designing
naval engineer with extensive experience in small boat building.
Prototypes our boats pass numerous tests and tests carried
out, including independent marine experts.
Only after the confirmation of the actual inherent in the development
of boat characteristics and qualities, and obtaining certificates
of conformity of Gosstandart of Russia made a decision on mass production
The assembly is welded boats highly skilled workers on a specially
developed marine&boat technology to the rigid metal snap.
The distinctive features of boats are under the "clinker"
on-board paneling, and fractured in terms of trapezoidal transom,
which further increases the strength and rigidity of the boat.
Construction and equipment of boats is minimal sufficient for
safe operation, and that the boat got their individuality, our experts
can get comprehensive advice on tuning boats.
We are constantly working to expand the range of powerboats,
production boats improvement to best meet the needs of our valued
to know more: Aluminium Boats & Building
Because of the higher prices of the basic materials, an aluminium
boat may initially cost more than a similar steel vessel. There
are, however, savings to be made over a period of years that justify
the increased cost and could even result in a net gain. It has been
variously calculated that a weight saving of 35-45 per cent can
be expected from the use of aluminium alloys as against steel for
hulls, and 55-65 per cent for superstructures. The advantage gained
by the weight saving can be capitalised by an increase in speed
for the same engine hp or a reduction in engine hp for the same
speed. Maintenance costs are considerably reduced. There is no oxide
bleeding when the paint film deteriorates or is damaged. An aluminium
hull requires no painting other than for antifouling and for decorative
reasons, and it will never be necessary to indulge in the time-consuming
and plate-thickness-reducing task of rust chipping. If constructed
of the proper alloys, an aluminium boat can be neglected to a far
greater extent than those made of most other materials, provided
that sacrificial anodes are maintained where dissimilar metals are
in close association with the hull.
Aluminium is a very clean material that does not involve dirty
processes. It is comparatively lightweight, and therefore easily
handled. Operators like working with the material, and the working
processes of welding, cutting, drilling, shaping, forming etc are
generally quicker than with steel so production costs are lower.
And although the cost of production equipment is higher, the effect
of wear and tear is somewhat less. Saw blades are cheaper and last
longer, and all cutting and drilling equipment maintains a sharper
edge for a longer period of time. Cold shaping with the correct
shrinking and stretching tools is remarkably quick and effective,
and storage of aluminium creates fewer problems than steel; there
is less weight and less deterioration to consider.
When building in aluminium there are many thousands of sections
for which extrusions dies are available. These include angles, channels,
tees, zeds, T beams, solid squares, flat bars, hollow rectangles,
solid rounds, polygons, hollow hexagons, quarter rounds, beading,
fillets, half round mouldings, step edges, corner mouldings, fluted
strip and fluted angles, cover mouldings, water channels, drip mouldings,
as well as a great variety of tube diameters and wall thicknesses.
If a special extrusion is required, it is not expensive to have
a die specially produced, depending on the quantity to be extruded.
A designer needs to prepare differently for the design of aluminium
structures; design parameters and functions that have proved satisfactory
in steel are not readily convertible into aluminium. The design
criteria is different and should be recognised as such, just as
the builder in turn must learn that aluminium is unique and that
to obtain the maximum from it he must adjust to its own peculiarities
and characteristics. The owner, too, has a part to play if he wishes
to get maximum return from his investment. He must appreciate that
aluminium dents and gouges more easily than steel, and must recognise
the natural laws that exist in relation to the metal.
and its alloys