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Needing help hull measurements

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I just purchased a Soverel 33 and having a trailer built for boat.
I'm in NV, boat is in PA. Does anyone have the hull measurements for this boat or trailer measurements designed to carry Soverel 33. Looking for specifics on width of boat for locations of screwpads.
Any help would be great...
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Re: Needing help hull measurements

SOVEREL 33 (1983) sailboat specifications and details on sailboatdata.com

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Thanks, but that site doesn't have any detailed measurements for hull that would help built a trailer.
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Re: Needing help hull measurements

You'll need to build a trailer with adjustable pads - makes the trailer way more versatile anyhow (not restricted to a single hull shape)

This one is a bit of overkill, but you'll get the idea - each pad should be on a screwed adjustment to be sure to have even loading and support.
http://www.trailrite.com/images/Ericson30-2.jpg

The drawings on sailboatdata should be scalable so that you can place the pads in the areas of inner support structures like bulkheads and stringers.

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