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forkfork USAMember Posts: 6
Getting ready to have a boat lift installed and cannot fine a reliable weight for my boat described above. Does anyone know the wet weight of this boat?



  • pineypiney TexasMember Posts: 45 ✭✭
    Edmunds used boat site may have details
    One can also try calling Hurricane support with the hull #.  I was sent an original catalog that had my 2009 specs in it
  • bshippjrbshippjr Member Posts: 115 ✭✭✭
    From a 2000 catalog, wet weight of SD237 IO is 4,511. But no definition of wet weight.
    2000 Hurricane SD 217 OB
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