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Morgan OI 41 Gross Tonnage

What is your OI 41 Gross Tonnage ?
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My 1979 415's Coast Guard Document says 18 tons
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My 1973 413's Coast Guard Document says 25 tons
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My 1984 (83) 41 Morgan 416 Coast Guard & survey report says 29 ton. I am sure this is incorrect. 29,000 lbs is much closer.
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Be careful to note that the marine tonnage is a capacity and not mass. Though I listed my documentation as 25 tons, the displacment (mass) of my Morgan OI 41 is approximately 13 tons. Take care and joy, Aythya crew
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Thank you Captain Force. I think I recall you wrote a thread reference OI deck leaks along the car rail (for lack of a better discription) or joint. I have one and not quite sure how to repair.
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Riverwolf, We may have a very different rail configuration. My '73 OI has the hull-deck joint at the rub rail and a teak toe rail that I removed many years ago. It you have the metal toe rail; then, I suspect that your hull-deck joint is at that rail. I believe the change to the design like yours is best, but I don't have any direct experience with solving leaks with that plan. Good luck, Take care and joy, Aythya crew
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