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 Posted: Fri Oct 9th, 2015 05:13 am
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Adrian Coerecius

Joined: Wed Feb 15th, 2012
Location: Kuilsriver, South Africa
Posts: 46
Equipment: Too many to mention
Best Catch: Snoek 5.93kg's
Favorite Fishing Spot: Langebaan
Boat: 5.10 Yamaha Explorer 2 x 50HP Yamaha's
Club: No
Any of you that own a 510 Seacat CC manage to park it in a standard size garage with the CC folded down? I wanted a Seacat but opted for the Explorer instead as the height of the Seacat CC appear to be quite high? Did not measure, conclusion drawn based purely on sight.Most of the year it is not a problem with my boat being in Cape Town but during Stumpnose season I leave my boat in Langebaan and there I only have a double garage.

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 Posted: Sat May 13th, 2017 11:20 am
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Joined: Sun Aug 8th, 2010
Location: Cape Town, South Africa
Posts: 18
Equipment: Shimano
Best Catch: 60 kg YF
Favorite Fishing Spot: False bay
Boat: Seacat 565 with F70's
Club: CBSC
Gents, anybody with a 565 FC ever weighed their boat??
Interested to compare. I weighed my 565 FC on the trailer and then the trailer alone. Boat weighed 1310 kg's.
That is the boat with 2 x F70's, batt's,Instruments, anchor and rope and SS Fold down Top with max 30 Kg's of odds and ends in the boat. Not sure how much the boat weight increases after its foam filled.

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