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The ballast /displacement ratio for the Herreshoff H28 seems to be way off…

Could the @ 10,000 lbs displacement be significantly lower in reality?

Best regards

Joel

The data for the Beneteau 30.1 should be updated.

  • Minimum Draft: The boat is available with four keels. The “Lifting Keel” version has a minimum draft of 3’11" or 0.95 meters
  • Ballast: All versions have cast iron keels
  • I: 36’3" or 11.02 meters
  • J: 12’8" or 3.87 meters
  • P: 35’6" or 10.81 meters
  • E: 10’9" or 3.27 meters
  • Engine HP: The base engine is 14 HP but all boats built for the USA are 21 HP. The 14 HP engine is “…strictly limited to sailing in inland waters only…”
  • Headroom: It varies from 6’1" to 6’3’’ in the salon, galley, fwd cabin, aft cabin, head

The data for the Beneteau Oceanis 321 should be updated.

  • Ballast: Lead
  • I: 42’0" or 12.80 meters
  • J: 12’4" or 3.76 meters
  • P for “Classic Mast”: 35’11" or 10.95 meters
  • P for " Furling Mast": 36’4" or 11.04 meters
  • E: 13’7" or 4.15 meters
  • Auxiliary Engine: Yanmar in the USA
  • Engine Model: 3GM30F in the USA
  • HP: 27 HP in the USA
  • Headroom: 6’3" in salon