Here's the info:
"transom" = inside of transom (fwd face of transom)- not the liner
the distance of center of your fuel tank to the transom, and it capacity
transom to stern end of fuel tank= 46" (+/-1")
transom to to fwd end of tank = 147" ( +/-0.5")
so midpoint seems like 50.5"+46" = 96.5" fwd from transom.
Capacity is listed as 135. However, on the plate on the tank, it says:
Florida Marine Tanks Inc - Cap 146 gal. I have model and part number if you're interested.
Note: - there's 4-6" where they could have shifted the fuel tank forward - probably would have helped.
measurement of the waterline; bottom of the keel to WL at transom.
waterline to bottom of keel at transom is 18 1/8". This is based on a scumline from our last trip that I forgot to clean. We had a 1/3 full fuel, no baitwells, 2 people - very light trip.
the measurement from the keel to the sole is another 4.5" above the waterline - that surprised me. (I got this number by looking through the transom scupper and estimating - +/- 1/2")
Center console location relative to transom
back of console is 90" forward from transom, front is 132" forward. It has a seat in the front, this is to the front of the seat.
batteries in console or at transom
in console (2)
live well location and capacity
in deck livewell starts at 21" fwd of transom, extends to 40.5" fwd of transom. Because you asked, I finally got around to measuring it's capacity. I had the pump pump it out from full, into a 5 gallon bucket (I checked 5 gal is accurate). It is 45 Gal, and takes a 700 GPH pump 7.5' to empty it (without fish scales). That means my 700 GPH pump is only actually 360 GPH - with negligable head
I'm sure that's way too much info, but there I was, sitting on the boat with a beer in hand...
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