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Posted: February 15 2011 at 10:37 | IP Logged Quote Dave Smith

We're wondering if any of you have experience with using a 42' Bluewater to do the great loop.

Any experiences would be appreciated.

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Posted: February 15 2011 at 11:11 | IP Logged Quote Dave G

I have not, though I feel it would be excellent. Your main concern is height above the waterline. I believe you have to be less than 19' to clear all of the bridges.

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Posted: February 15 2011 at 13:36 | IP Logged Quote Dave Smith

Hi Dave,

19' is the max (Chicago bridge) but under 15' let's you make the entire trip without restrictions. I' don't want to have to bypass the Erie Canal.

I have some concern about the bigger water sections and of course the fuel consumption.

Your Bluewater is beautiful. What year, late seventies, early eighties?

 

 

 



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Posted: February 15 2011 at 14:53 | IP Logged Quote Dave G

Hi Dave,

Thanks, it's a '79, 45' Sport Sedan.

This is about 14'6" to the top of the anchor light on the flybridge if I put the bimini all the way down.


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