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Old 05-02-2013
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Re: Corsair 37 offering thrill rides in Texas

Maybe you are right since the boat was designed for that (not the Corsair 37) but even so 49 looks too much weight to me. typically on the med they make that kind of stuff on bigger cats. A 18m cat can take 80 and a 21m cat can take 97. It still seems too much to me but probably less than 49 on a 12 m cat.

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Re: Corsair 37 offering thrill rides in Texas

Loads of boats like that making money in the Caribbean everywhere the cruise ships land.

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