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Ok guys tell me what you know about a 1978 9' Whaler. Is she to heavy for davits? How dose she sail, tow, roe, and carry a load?
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BWs generally are excellent boats, and they make great tenders. That said, it probably is too heavy for davits, particularly if you are hauling it with the motor attached. What size boat do you have and what kind of davits?
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Ok guys tell me what you know about a 1978 9' Whaler. Is she to heavy for davits? How dose she sail, tow, roe, and carry a load?
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Way too heavy for most sailboats to carry on deck, in davits, or tow.
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