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Old 10-09-2017, 06:22 PM   #21
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Old 10-09-2017, 08:02 PM   #22
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What's all the fuss about?
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Old 10-09-2017, 08:06 PM   #23
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Old 10-09-2017, 08:10 PM   #24
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Great Harbour's Facebook page with the boat heading to Annapolis.
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35' trailerable...
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Old 10-09-2017, 08:25 PM   #26
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Great Harbour's Facebook page with the boat heading to Annapolis.
Now those pics look like 100% complete. The gray, the emblem, the name and the red stripe look real good.
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Old 10-11-2017, 06:30 AM   #27
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GH has a 35x12 space in the build drawings, on the outside of D Dock. I worked with the Ego Alley crew yesterday, so didn't get a chance to go to the outside docks, but I heard from another crew that the outside of D would load today.

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Old 10-12-2017, 07:50 AM   #28
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GH posted a pic on face book of the TT35 on the end of the D dock. It appears to be next to a Helmsmen 38E. Wish I was attending the show.
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Where is the dinghy stored when underway I wonder? PH roof looks too full with big solar, AC, radar.
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Where is the dinghy stored when underway I wonder? PH roof looks too full with big solar, AC, radar.
My understanding is if you get the dinghy option, you have to give up the solar panels. But really, with a draft under 2 feet who needs a dinghy?
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Old 10-12-2017, 09:32 AM   #31
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OK this is great. I hadn't seen pics (just those side views) and thought it was a big wide thing. The other GH boats are.
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My understanding is if you get the dinghy option, you have to give up the solar panels. But really, with a draft under 2 feet who needs a dinghy?

Lol. That's true. I suppose you could just beach it if you had to. Or anchor then back up to the shore and tilt the outboards up maybe.
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TT35 at the Annapolis Boat Show

This seems to be the closest production cruiser to transport within the footprint of a single shipping container. Worldwide cruising without the pita of crossing oceans on its bottom is very appealing to some of us. Four bolt rebuilds is just icing on the cake. Nice boat.
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It has AC on the roof. Does it have a generator? Gas or diesel?
It's called a Trailerable Trawler. Is it less than 8-1/2ft wide or do you need wide load permits when you want to move it?
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It has AC on the roof. Does it have a generator? Gas or diesel?
It's called a Trailerable Trawler. Is it less than 8-1/2ft wide or do you need wide load permits when you want to move it?
The genny is an option that comes with the AC option. The pics I have seen are for a Honda EU3000 gas generator.

The beam is 10'4".

This info is on the GH TT35 web pages.

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Old 10-12-2017, 01:13 PM   #37
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35' trailerable...
That big of a boat .. I hope it's aluminum. Looks like it could be slaped together out of plywood ... that would be light too and cost 1/25th. Shallow V bottom I assume.
Several boats I'd love to have look a lot like this OB. Most are on Atkins Boat Plans. Like Wader and Marcia (in link).
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It's called a Trailerable Trawler. Is it less than 8-1/2ft wide or do you need wide load permits when you want to move it?
My understanding is that it would require a wide load permit for all states except NC.
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The genny is an option that comes with the AC option. The pics I have seen are for a Honda EU3000 gas generator.

The beam is 10'4".

This info is on the GH TT35 web pages.

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Is the beam 10' or 10' 4"? It says 10' on the specifications page.
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Is the beam 10' or 10' 4"? It says 10' on the specifications page.
Look on the performance page.

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