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Old 02-12-2008, 05:23   #16
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the Corinthian 41

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Glad I could help. Drop me an e-mail if you end up there and I'll swing by to spill a drink and check your cat.

The Corinthian 41 is a Cruiser/ racer st only 10,000lbs. The new name is still in the works.
We shall watch for the Bladerunner.
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Old 02-12-2008, 05:27   #17
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The Corintian 41 is a Racer/Cruiser Trimaran at only 10,000 lbs.
New name is in the works.
We will be watching for the Bladerunner.
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Old 27-12-2009, 16:26   #18
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Sounds like you are getting set up. Good deal

First shot proves, you crane anything. That thing is 63' long and probably 50' or so wide. They give you problems side to side, but they are light and shallow to make up for it.....:-)

When you how "cheap" you can get hauled in Mexico.....well this was my first splash after buying the boat. It is 22' of beam. No Problema' Senior

My first problem (after they finally got there, something about clogged fuel lines) was the straps. They normally haul big shrimp boats with this rig. So fresh black bottom paint, rusty, torn and shot straps ready to grab my new baby.....they caught on to my consternation and went a got a few new straps......you can see how the boat was not stressed inward because of the width of the machine. All went well.....in a Mexico sorta way!
I now have my own trailer and it goes way smoother you can see it in the last shot....
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Old 03-01-2010, 13:19   #19
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imagine, am I wrong that the white lift we have here will do it? not the one at Holland. Oh I guess it would matter if it was a sailing or motor.

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Wide Haul Outs in St. Augustine

In St. Augustine, Florida, St. Augustine Marine Center can haul a 23'6" beam w/the 110 ton lift, and can haul up to a 40' beam on a 250 ton railway. The railway is generally set to 26', but they're happy to re-rig the outer poles for wider. BTW, I work there.
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Old 10-01-2010, 19:23   #21
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On any beach. That's one of the arguments behind the mono vs. multi, isn't it ;-)))

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