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From Quorning in Denmark to Italy transported and rigged by Arne Reher:
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My 920-14 Going to Water:
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Ernst Fellner: Hier sind einige Bilder über unser Gespann mit VW-T4 und Sattelauflieger. Zugfahrzeug und Auflieger werden von Stahl und Harbeck in Waging am See / Bayern gefertigt. Für mich das Ideale Gespann für den DF 920. Auf dem Auflieger steht der leicht abgeänderte Slipwagen von Quorning-Boats. Zul. Gesamtgewicht/Nutzlast des Trailers 3500 / 2500 kg, Druckluftbremse. Syncro T4 mit 170 PS Turbomotor. Wir haben seit Juni 2000 mehrere Fahrten sowohl nach Dänemark wie auch über die Alpen an die Adria hinter uns und sind sehr zufrieden.
[Here are some photos of our articulated (mini-)truck and trailer. It's a VW T4 Syncro 170PS turbo with special trailer with air brakes and 3500Kg gross and 2500kg net. Both were made by Stahl & Harbeck of Waging am See, Bavaria, Germany. It's for me the ideal solution for trailer sailing the DF920 which rests on a slightly modified cradle from Quorning Boats. Since June 2000 we have made several journeys including to Denmark and across the Alps to the Adriatic Sea and we are very happy with it.]

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DF920 Extreme:
Here are some pics of the new DF920 Extreme, showing clearly the new shaped akas (cross beams) and the further backward positions of the amas (floats), when folded, due to the longer akas.

Sailing the 920 Extreme:

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