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Old 03-08-2016, 01:18 AM   #21
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Thanks every one great input. I thought I would be ok but wanted to bounce it of everyone.
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Old 03-08-2016, 06:27 AM   #22
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I have a family outing come up on the boat and don't want to leave any one out, but am concerned about over loading the boat. The boat is 41 ft x 13ft single diesel and looking at 12 people on board. What do you think.
FWIW, under Queensland regs, my 34' & 9 tonne (= ~ 20000b) CHB is rated for 12 passengers, with a max of 3 up on the flybridge at one time.
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Old 05-30-2016, 02:39 PM   #23
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How Many on A 41 Roughwater

We did a family cruise last summer on out 41 Roughwater in the BC Gulf Islands with 4 adults and 3 kids under 8. It was a busy but manageable boat during the days. An night every berth was occupied with 2 sleeping in the Salon and I slept in the pilot house. We could of slept 2 more on the aft deck is we had a air mattress. As long as you are all good friends it,s manageable.
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Peter,
Don't forget there are daytime and over night numbers. I think you are quoting the day time passenger carrying capabilities..
Can't refer to mine at present but when I get home should be able to clear that up.
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Old 05-30-2016, 02:49 PM   #25
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I always work on the number of bunks, and some kids can sleep 2 in a bunk.
I have a fill cushion for the saloon table but have never used it and don't want to.
I think 6 up for any period of time is max for me on my 50ft.
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Old 05-30-2016, 06:54 PM   #26
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At anchor and not underway, Bay Pelican holds an annual wine tasting party in Martinique each year. A Krogen 42 is 42 x 15 feet with an open aft deck and an upper deck. We normally have thirty plus people. Big issue is normally tying up all the dinghies.

But then the French don't seem to count PFDs.

By my estimate we could have an additional ten people.

Would not take such a group underway as there would be no way for everyone to hold on if we rolled or pitched.
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Our sleep capacity is five, but it has never exceeded two. Daysail occupancy has been up to ten. No problem.
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