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Old 08-23-2011, 09:59 AM   #1
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How low can I go?

I have asked this on different forums so I might as well try here also.

Given the attached waterways map, what is the lowest fixed bridge between Texas and the junction (Y) between St. Louis, Nashville and Memphis? My mast height is 51' and I know I can go under a 50 bridge.

For those of you not familiar with my situation, this is an alternate plan on the chance that my sailboat don't sell and I can't get a trawler.

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RE: How low can I go?

You'll need some big kahunas for this...

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Old 08-24-2011, 09:15 AM   #3
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RE: How low can I go?

There is a guy in Florida - I believe on the Okeechobee Canal that ties 55 gal. dums to you rigging and fills them with water for a fee.
If I only have to duck a few feet, I use my dinghy with someone sitting in it and the O/B going.
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