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Old 25-10-2020, 20:39   #1
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Help identify the boat?

Anyone know what this boat is. Mainly size and draft that I am trying to figure out.



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Old 25-10-2020, 20:54   #2
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Re: Help identify the boat?

This boat reminds me a little of an Erickson 35 only the cabin doesn't look right.

If it is, then it's a pretty good old CCA era sailboat.

https://sailboatdata.com/sailboat/ericson-35-2
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looks like a Morgan Starratt Jenks 45 to me, just a little window modification going on.
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Hard to tell from the end-on views, but based on the size of the hardware & fittings, it looks more like about 30 feet long. The offset hatchway is also a clue to the boat being too small to have a flexible interior arrangement. (If you want a sink in the galley it needs to be big enough to fit dishes. If you want a useful stove, it has to have room for at least two pans at the same time. If you want a nav station, there needs to br room to spread charts (especially on a boat that obviously pre-dates GPS screens since the halyard winches are mounted on the mast). Looks like the galley is to starboard and you have to come down to the side of it if you don't want people stepping into the sink. If you figure that the hatchway HAS to be about 2' across in order for people to fit through it, that makes the beam is perhaps 7 or 8 feet.
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Old 26-10-2020, 07:57   #5
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Thanks, I was going to guess that it is about 30-35 footer. If a wave-runner is about 10 feet in length, and usually pilings are 8-10' apart that would make that boat in a 30-35' range.
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