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Re: Corsair 37 offering thrill rides in Texas

Originally Posted by PCP View Post
I am not trying to piss you but that don't seem to make sense to me. if each person weights an average of 65kg that means 3185kg. I don't know of any 40ft, cat or not with a max load that big considering the boat carries water, fuel provisions and also the luggage of the clients. All that will be added to that max load.

In Texas there are no rules regarding the max load of a boat and number of passengers a boat can carry? Specially paid passengers?
No problem wouldn't make sense to me either except I've seen it work for years. I think we have to remember this boat is set up for a single purpose. It only carries enough water for the toilet. It carries enough battery power to start the outboards and power the running lights and sound system. Fuel capacity is enough to run two 25hp Honda outboards. The boat is made of wood and aluminum. See the draft in the following pictures empty and full. There isn't a lot of difference.

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