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Old 02-17-2010
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Pacific Seacraft 37 dimensions

We are looking into shipping our boat via a traditional cargo / container ship. Does anyone know the length of the mast (not the bridge clearance, just the length of the mast if it were laying on the ground) and the height of the boat - keel to cabin top?

Also if anyone has any comments on this idea or suggestions for cradles, they would be welcome.

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I'm sorry to see your request languishing. Our mast is a couple of hours away and the boat tightly wrapped up against the sleet and slush that have been coming down today. I suggest you direct your request to Thumper at PacificSeacraft (dot) commercial. Thumper has been fabulously helpful to us and will, I'm confident, get you the information you need. Good luck with the transport!

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On the subject of dimensions, for a PSC 34 with the standard keel, does anyone know the height from the bottom of the keel to the top side of the mast laid horizontally along the centerline comfortably above the dodger? It is a useful number for trucking and canals. A bridge clearance with the mast laid down would yield the same information if you happen to have that number.

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When I had my PSC 34 (standard keel) shipped overland, the trucking company needed to know the height from the bottom of the keel to the top of the bow pulpit, which was 12 feet. In my case, the mast was positioned for shipping at about the level of the keel root, so I didn't have to account for the mast laying above the bow / stern pulpits. The trailer was very low to the ground (looked like less than 6" clearance), so there were no issues with bridges, etc..
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The mast on the 37 is 42 feet long with everything removed from the top. Are you planning on removing the pulpit and mast sissy bars? They add quite a bit to the overall height.
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