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Trucking Dimensions

Norm Harney


For shipping purposes, what is the approximate measurement from the keel to the highest point
of the cabin/pulpits?


Bud Taplin

Norm, These dimensions may help for a Westsail 32:

Keel to top of pulpit when loaded slightly bow down? 12? 3?
Keel to top of bowsprit without pulpit? 11? 5?
Keel to top of companionway hatch? 9? 9?
Pulpit height? 2? 5?
Boom gallows height? 3? 10-1/2?
Beam to outside of rubrail? 11? 2?
Weight approximate? 20,000 lbs.

Norm Harney


Bud Taplin

Don, Depends on if the mast is up or down.

Up it is 43' plus 5'-3" from step to waterline, or 48'-3" plus the light, antenna, or anything else on top of the mast.

Down it's a lot less.

Don Montgomery and Lana Nelson


How tall is the mast above the deck?

From the water line?


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