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Old 17-02-2007, 22:13   #76
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Fair point Steve. Firstly I would only use half the tank. So I would have ruffly 1Tonne of water. Plus the boat is 26T anyway, so I don't think an extra tonne is going to make too much difference. Secondly, the tank is right dead midships, almost directly infront of the engien room, So I can only imagine it would be well balanced their anyway.


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