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View Poll Results: What is the size of your boat?
25 feet or under 235 24.15%
26-35 feet 469 48.20%
36-47 feet 237 24.36%
Greater than 47 feet 32 3.29%
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1967 Corinthian 41 Tri. One of the first fiberglass production multihull designs built in the U.S. Ted Irwin design, his only multihull design. I have hull #12 of 28 built, last one built 1993. Beam of 24.5' single engine and she will motor turn within her own length. She has a skeg hung rudder. Center Cockpit. She has a draft of 35".

Ketch rigged, both masts have been upgraded and replaced, she is on her second engine, Perkins 104/50 HP, motor cruises at 7kts. She was rewired 3 years ago.

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1936 Chris Craft Cruiser 30' - of the 19 built this is the last one known of. she is currently on the hard for complete rebuild. She has twin Chris Craft straight Eights, 65HP each.
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22 foot now and hoping it will grow into a larger one later.
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Re: What is the size of your boat?

1974 Pearson 30
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Re: What is the size of your boat?

It is a 22' South Coast
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35" Bonito
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Re: What is the size of your boat?





oops--got pretties in there, too--oh well....LOL
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Re: What is the size of your boat?

Currently I have 25 feet and 30.3 feet boats and I am seeing to buy more big boats.
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Re: What is the size of your boat?

When polling for size of boat you are using length. Displacement is important also.
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Re: What is the size of your boat?

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When polling for size of boat you are using length. Displacement is important also.
As well as beam, a friend of mine has a Catalina 30'....same length as mine, 1/2 the displacement and his cabin top is as wide as the entire beam of my boat (the planking, frames and ceiling take another 6" of my boat).
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Re: What is the size of your boat?

I assume that I add the length of both hulls in this survey? Hmmm .... then I max out the choices.
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