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Old 02-03-2015, 02:08 PM   #1
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Height of Marine Trader 36' Europa

Do any of you marine trader owners out there happen to know the height of a 36' europa with fly bridge ? I would go measure it but I'm 900 miles away. Thanks if you can help it's for shipping purposes
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According to this listing: 1990 Grand Banks 36 Europa Power Boat For Sale - www.yachtworld.com it is 12'11"
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I guess, plus some of the draft...
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If you are thinking of shipping on the highway, I had one trucked. We had to remove the bridge, mast, and some of the railing. The bridge sat on the padded bow rail. Not terrible to do.
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Thanks folks, we were pretty sure the mast, fly bridge and railing would need to come off, trucking company asked the question. Broker is going to measure waterline up and add draft to it and hope for the best.Survey monday will know for sure then.
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Thanks folks, we were pretty sure the mast, fly bridge and railing would need to come off, trucking company asked the question. Broker is going to measure waterline up and add draft to it and hope for the best.Survey monday will know for sure then.
I have the same question. May I ask what number you came up with for overall height?
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Thanks folks, we were pretty sure the mast, fly bridge and railing would need to come off, trucking company asked the question. Broker is going to measure waterline up and add draft to it and hope for the best.Survey monday will know for sure then.
What you need to do is measure the distance from the waterline to the lowest point of your bottom while the boat is out of the water. Then, measure from the highest point of the boat to the waterline. Then you will know the exact air draft. I use a simple plumb bob. Doing so requires measuring in steps. I measure from the highest point to my flybridge dec, then from the deck to the gunwhale, then from the gunwhale to the water.
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