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Tonnage

Steve, what does an FPB64 measure out to for tonnage (USCG rules)? Thanks Rick de Castro
Have not yet seen a USCG tonnage calc Rick.

Posted by Steve Dashew  (February 17, 2011)




6 Responses to “Tonnage”

  1. Pete Rossin Says:
    Hi Steve Iron Lady (64-3) just received her measurements as a red ensign boat (BVI). They put her at 22.74 tons.

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  2. Steve Dashew Says:
    Hi Rick: I checked with the Owner’s of Avatar and she measured 65 gross and 52 net.

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  3. Rick de Castro Says:
    Thank you…I always find it interesting how different measurement schemes come up with wildly different answers. Keeps the bureaucrats employed, I guess. It’d really be something if Sarah-Sarah had a significantly different measurement :)

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    Gerard J. Stoop Reply:

    22.74 (metric) tons is 50,133 lbs and 22.74 RGT is 63,672 lbs, take your pick … See : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tonnage

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  4. Igor Kolodotschko Says:
    Why are you not building the range in steel? Is it just weight? At what size will steel come into play? Igor

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    Steve Dashew Reply:

    Steel is higher in maintenance because of the paint/rust equation, much heavier, and when all things are considered, more costly.

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