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Old 10-09-2007, 07:09 PM
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if i may ask... what is positive flotation?
foam to assure that the boat will float if it is sinking.
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Anyone know how the 20' line was started? Check it out!!
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Anyone know how the 20' line was started? Check it out!!
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In 1973, the Coast Guard decided that all boats under 20' shall have positive flotation. 19' Cig, 19' Hornet, adios! Hello, 20' Cig, and 20' Hornet. Auntie Em, it's a miracle!

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Feel free to correct me if i am wrong.Under the flotation law ,all boats under 20 have to float upright and level with the weight the boat was certified for.
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