PO BOX SEATTLE WA FAX BOAT CRADLE SPECS A cradle

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Two cradle sections must be provid ed One for the bow and one for the stern Twin screw boats with twin keels need one for the bow only Cradles should be made of 6 x 6 lumber with br acing 2 x 6s boxed with plywood or similar stronger material Cross ID: 71949 Download Pdf

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PO BOX 24527 SEATTLE, WA 98124 206-763-3000 800-426-3113 206-767-5579 FAX BOAT CRADLE SPECS A cradle must be suitable for the carriage of the boat, in accordance with the following minimum specifications: See diagram and photos below. Two cradle sections must be provid ed. One for the bow, and one for the stern. Twin screw boats with twin keels need one for the bow only. Cradles should be made of 6 x 6 lumber with br acing, 2 x 6’s boxed with plywood or similar stronger material. Cross bracing’s are required a nd should be at least 2 x 4. Th e cradle must conform as closely as possible to the shap ed of the hull. (Shims and wedg es will, if necessary e provided by $ODVND0DU LQ H/LQHV .) The bow and stern cradle sectio s should keep th e at in an upright osition and in most instances the weight of the b at should be carr ied on the keel. Hu lls and cr adles shou ld be marked for ease in alignment when placing the boat on the cradle at $ODVND0DULQH/LQHV ,Q . Cradles must not be wider than 8’. Cradles over 8 will overhang the shipping platform and not support the boat at the cradle ends. This could cause damage to the cradle and the boat. Cradles should arrive with or before your boat. * CHOCKS MUST BE 8’ WIDE OR LESS. All bearing points must be on 8 wide shipping platforms. Note: No di mensions are give n here exc ept t e size of t he shipping pl atform. Boats ha ve different, un ique, shapes. It i t he owner/shippers responsibility to provide a cradle that fits the hull of the boat he or she is delivering to $ODVND 0DULQH/LQHV . When necessa ry $ODVND0DULQH /LQHV will provide necessary shims, blocks padding to m ake minor cradle ad ju stments. SEE PHOTOS ON NEXT PAGE
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Example of a flat bottom boat. This boat does not require a cradle. Boat and cradle are secure on platform. Note cradle does not exceed dimensions of the platform. Boat is secure on cradle.

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