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Hull and Rig / Re: Nett Weight
« Last post by Jules Shockley on May 14, 2018, 07:21:35 PM »
Something else to ponder. Weight also depends on the rig. As you know, these Kenyon  masts are very stout and very heavy. So a tall rig would add a substantial amount to the overall tonnage. I have a shoal draft and a short rig. again at 37,500 mostly empty.
Hull and Rig / Re: Nett Weight
« Last post by Jules Shockley on May 09, 2018, 07:44:49 PM »
 It must depend on the draft. Not A Clew at 44,000 was a deep keel, now a shoal draft keel. My last haul out, fairly empty of fuel, water, and stores, shoal keel, was 37,500. So, these  boats are heavy, considering they are solid glass with no coring.
Hull and Rig / Re: Nett Weight
« Last post by Matthew Balch on May 08, 2018, 11:25:03 AM »
Hi Lindsay,  I have not had my w/o weighed, but I am sure that it is much greater than the original weight considering fuel, water, supplies, spare parts and other things that have been added over the years, along with simply sitting in the water for more than 30 years.  Not a Clew is providing a good estimate here.
I would suggest finding a shipping company with a more heavy duty trailer!
Hull and Rig / Re: Nett Weight
« Last post by Not a Clew on May 08, 2018, 09:26:49 AM »
We hauled our boat (w/o 189) and the travel lift said it was 44k with not much water or fuel aboard.
Hull and Rig / Nett Weight
« Last post by lhppl on May 08, 2018, 07:53:58 AM »
Hi Everyone,
I have a CSY44 walkover, deep draft. I am trying to arrange a haul out and transport to my rural property. The problem I have is that most of the low loaders have a capacity of 16 tons. The specs for the boat is 37,000 lbs, which is about 17 tons. My question is does anyone know the weight (from experience). There is no point for me to organise a crane and a loader only to fine that it will be overweight and I will have to return it to the water and cost myself a lot of money.

Feedback would be appreciated


Lindsay Hall
Systems / Re: Shore power inlet
« Last post by S/V Kuleana on May 07, 2018, 06:08:14 PM »
My CSY37B (Hull 82) has its shore power on starboard side behind the power panels. Plenty of room in there for panels and busses and galvanic isolators. I've never considered moving it as it would be a pain to have the distribution switch in the galley.
Swap Meet / Re: 44 WO in Coconut Grove, Fl. now on ebay
« Last post by MY TIME on April 24, 2018, 07:10:24 AM »
Looking thru the photos the name on transom is SKOAL. Chain plates upgraded to the outside. Boat did not look neglected at all. Mostly all original unmolested interior.
Engines and Drive Train / Re: Cutlass bearing CSY 37
« Last post by Peter Hibbard on April 07, 2018, 07:16:51 AM »
Ken, I replaced my cutlass bearing on my CSY37B 1978 and I also have a 1 1/4" shaft.  Mine was a 2" X 1 1/4" bearing.


Engines and Drive Train / Cutlass bearing CSY 37
« Last post by Mease on March 30, 2018, 11:33:03 AM »
Does anyone know the size for the cutlass bearing on a 1979 37?  I'm hauling and want to have it ready due to a lack of a good supplier here in the Grenadines. My shaft size in 1 1/4'.
Thank on advance for your help

Ken Mease
Swap Meet / Re: 44 WO in Coconut Grove, Fl. now on ebay
« Last post by Matthew Balch on March 24, 2018, 11:21:59 PM »
Sherry, it's not Chilly Pepper.  She's not for sale.  There are several 44 W/O's in the Miami area besides mine.  Today while cruising  up from the Keys, I saw Peter Schmidt's old boat, now owned by his son, a Miami Harbor Pilot.  It's not that one, either.  I'm pretty sure I have seen the one that's for sale day sailing to Key Biscayne from the Grove, but I cannot recall the name of that boat.  Also near my dock is Tullamore Due, another 44 W/O.  Matthew
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