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Tidal Zone Grid

I have recently purchased a 1969 Columbia 26 mk2. Does anyone know if it is strong enough to go on a tidal zone grid?
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Re: Tidal Zone Grid

My guess is yes. Most fiberglass boats of that era were very heavily built. And most boats are designed to "take the ground" in the event of an incident. I live in an area with 6' tides and I have dried out both my current 37' boat and my previous 27' boat several times, with no issues. It sure beats hauling out!
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