Documentation of Pearson 323
Has anyone here documented a Pearson 323? I tried using the simplified measurement tool the CG has and it rejected the measurements as not being 5 NRT. The Pearson 323 has an LOA of 32'3" has a beam of 10' 2 3/4" and a Draft of 4' 5". It is so close that if you put in a draft of 4' 6" it works. Whats an inch more or less.
Never Mind, I goofed
I just looked at the CG simplified measurement again and noticed that Depth is not draft. Depth is the distance from the toe rail to the bottom of the keel. That puts it well over the requirements.
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