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Old 02-16-2014, 06:57 PM   #21
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Since the Big Chute Marine Railway on the Trent Severn was referenced, it's width is 24'.
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Old 02-16-2014, 09:42 PM   #22
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It's been 18 months or so since your very informative post on the latest in CAT engineering. I too am now in the market for a live-aboard and am finding some desire in the CAT for interior comfort. Any updates in your post as many of these are on my list. Note I'm new at this, have a 20' runabout (but going through power squadron training) so ease of handling is important to me.

Thanks in advance!

Steve
Handling a cat with two engines and props, widely spaced apart is a piece of cake, so don't worry about that.

How big do you have in mind, what is your approx. budget, etc.

I did start a Powercat Trawler subject thread over here, but it is not nearly comprehensive yet.
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