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Old 11-20-2020, 04:54 PM   #41
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One needs to consider a berth's width to a boat's beam.
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Old 11-20-2020, 05:03 PM   #42
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One needs to consider a berth's width to a boat's beam.
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35ft length and 20ft girth
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Old 11-21-2020, 01:47 PM   #43
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boat measurement

Chris, I'm assuming you're looking at a 35' slip in SB? The harbor department turned my GB 36 into a 42' boat. I just love their, shall we say, "creative" measurement methods. I am allowed to be 2' longer than my 40' slip, so it all worked out. Does that not work for you?

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Hi Gang,
I am in the market for the wonderful Californian 34 Sedan LRC.

My slip in Santa Barbara has a hard limit of 35ft and not an inch over.

My guess, I will have to drop the swim step and Stub the nose?

Has anyone ever dropped a plum line and got the very tip to tip length?

Any input much appreciated.



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Old 11-21-2020, 07:44 PM   #44
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I just measured mine (sorry, I didn’t have a plumb bob, but it was as close as I could come with the naked eye).

With bow pulpit (actually the stainless rail because it extends beyond the front of the pulpit) and swim step, it is 38’6”.

The bow pulpit extends 24” from the tip of the bow and the railing extends another 16” beyond that.

My swim step is 21” off the stern but the stern cuts back in slightly so the rail is actually about 5” further back than the base of the swim step giving an effective addition of 16” to the boat length. I didn’t count the few extra inches for my weaver davits.

Without the pulpit and swim step, if my math is correct, looks like you’d be looking at 33’10”.

Hope this helps.
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Old 11-21-2020, 09:22 PM   #45
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Chris, I'm assuming you're looking at a 35' slip in SB? The harbor department turned my GB 36 into a 42' boat. I just love their, shall we say, "creative" measurement methods. I am allowed to be 2' longer than my 40' slip, so it all worked out. Does that not work for you?
I already have the slip, it is a side tie so different rules in all different slip.

The overs on most slip have variables due to other factors.. Location and how wide that key is.

Side tied I have a boat in front and behind.. So a 35ft slip is just that, no overage and I knew this going in.

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Got it. I didn't know or anticipate that you're on an end-tie. This now makes sense to me. Good luck with it.

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I already have the slip, it is a side tie so different rules in all different slip.

The overs on most slip have variables due to other factors.. Location and how wide that key is.

Side tied I have a boat in front and behind.. So a 35ft slip is just that, no overage and I knew this going in.

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Old 11-21-2020, 10:30 PM   #47
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I get it now. I didn't know or anticipate you were on an end-tie, there being plenty of 35' slips in Santa Barbara. This now makes sense to me. Good luck with it.
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