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Can anyone tell me the height from the cockpit floor, to the bottom of the boom, on a Pearson 303. Thanks
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Hugh,

You''ll probably get faster and better responses by posting this on the Pearson email list here on Sailnet. There are several P-303 owners on that list. There''s also a P-303 website you can access by going to www.pearsoninfo.net.
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Interesting question.....
Why wouldnt you want the dimension from the gooseneck to the top of the cabin????
Why I ask is that those with sail problems -- incorrect sail dimensions (tack angle, etc.) or major sail faults usuallly ask such ''to the cockpit'' dimensions.
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