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Posted: October 06 2011 at 10:58 | IP Logged Quote turbootter

I just bought a Catalina 35 in Michigan that needs to be trucked to Illinois next spring. The transport company told me that the windshield will need to be removed for transport. Has anybody done this before and have any good ideas?

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Posted: October 06 2011 at 12:00 | IP Logged Quote Fly Bridge

I believe we are talking about a 35 foot Catalina, with flybridge, right?  If so, then it MAY be an Oversize-Load.  Did they SAY, "SMALL WINDSCREEN", ON  FLYBRIDGE, OR FLYBRIDGE ITSELF, MUST BE REMOVED?   If transport company is saying the LOWER HELM (Salon) WINDSHIELD, then I don't understand why.  It would leave the salon open to the elements, unless covered.  Perhaps they are concern road-debris could damage windshield.  But I NEVER seen a boat commercially transported, on the highway, WITHOUT a windshield.  Just my thoughts.  Suggest, look for another transporter, for another opinion. 

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Posted: October 07 2011 at 10:38 | IP Logged Quote turbootter

All the transport companys told me that she needed to be 12'6" or less. If I am thinking this right...the bridge clearance is 10'8" and the draft is 2"10" which makes 13'6". Sound right?



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