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39' Mold

Discussion in 'Boat Molds' started by gravesboatwrks, Oct 2, 2012.

  1. gravesboatwrks
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    gravesboatwrks New Member

    Mold w/ built in keel: 39 ft.
    Beam: 14 ft.
    Draft: 3.5 ft.
    Waterline: 35 ft.

    Entry: 24°-26°
    Transom: 11°

    Mold has produced both solid fiberglass hull as well as divinycell hull.

    From this mold we made sport-fish/express/commercial.

    The commercial was powered with (1) 892 Engine and ran @ approx. 21-22 kts.

    The Sportfish we currently run is powered with (2) Cat. 1312's and cruises @ approx. 33 kts.

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  2. SouthFLABoater
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    SouthFLABoater New Member

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