Nick, I have recently test sailed a Kingston 42" long hull with an SVS engine and was really surprised at how much power it has. I started off with a 1 & 3/4" three blade prop. The engine revved like crazy and when any throttle was applied the speed did not increase, the prop just cavitated. Next went to a 2" three blade which helped a bit. Then tried a 2" four blade which gave good performance but I still feel that the engine can pull a bigger diameter prop. Without sending to the UK I cannot get a prop with more pitch than the diameter but I suspect that say a 2" prop with 2.5" pitch would be a big improvement but I still suspect that I will end up going bigger still in diameter. I was running between 30 and 40PSI all the time. Mine is the bigger bore (10mm?) version of the SVS and I have a 6" x 3" centre flue boiler and after 20 minutes running the boiler was still safely above the minimum level. If you you have the 3 & 1/2" Maccsteam boiler I would think you could easily expect 25 to 30 minutes. Hope this helps, regards, Ian.