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Subject: Re: Centre of gravity SM23S


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David Cooper (hopeful)
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Date Posted: 18:14:34 31/07/2008 Thu
In reply to: Michael 's message, "Centre of gravity SM23S" on 13:37:09 25/07/2008 Fri

>Help? I need the centrepoint of gravity from my
>Seamaster Sailer 23 (lifting keel) for
>trailertransport. Sorry for my english anamba@aon.at
>Thanks,Michael

My boat has lifting bolts in the sides of the hull,also used for legs for drying out,Positioned about 10 inches below rubbing strake and about 14 inches from the rear bolt hole of the tabernacle, that is about 12 inches behind the rear face of the mast.The transporter operator used this postiton to jack my,also a 23s, boat clear of the ground and then to place his trailer underneath.
It is possible to arrange the centre of gravity by repositioning loose heavy items in or on the boat ,that is fore and aft to obtain a balance point.
Hope this is helpful.
Incidentally I have a trailer made by RMTrailers,New Alresford,Hants,UK. and would reccomend them to you.
Good luck, please contact again for more info.Cheers David

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