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Discussion in 'Ocean Yacht' started by Tashmoo, Feb 9, 2020.

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  1. Tashmoo

    Tashmoo New Member

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    Anyone interested in the factory original, oyster white swim platform currently on my 43? In great shape, no dock rash, has the 4-step fold down boarding ladder mounted on center. It would likely be factory original for the 42 and 45 hulls as well.
  2. 45SS

    45SS New Member

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    You're a year late. I had one built for my 45 last winter. Would have loved to have an original.
  3. boatpoor

    boatpoor Member

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    Do you have the dimensions? I need one for a 46 Post.
  4. Boomer

    Boomer Senior Member

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    Location? PM me cost? Think it will fit on a 1984 46ss?
  5. Tashmoo

    Tashmoo New Member

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    dimensions are about 110 x exactly 24. I will double check. Boat is on the hard Cape Cod, Mass.

    Boomer - The original 46 Ocean ('82-'86) is same beam as my 43 at 15-2, so I'd wager the transom taper and arc are the same too.
  6. Boomer

    Boomer Senior Member

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    Sounds good...I am in Tampa florida area so I will need to get some freight quotes also for such a strange shape
  7. dewald

    dewald New Member

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    Boomer - I think I have an original Platform on my 1992 42'. If you want come over and take a look, let my know. That might give you a good idea if the one Tashmoo has for sale will fit on your boat.
  8. Boomer

    Boomer Senior Member

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    Makes sense...will be in touch..maiden run this weekend to caladesi if all goes well...let me know your schedule at your convenience
  9. cleanslate

    cleanslate Senior Member

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    To get the Arc you need to get a long straight edge, wood, pipe, what ever, hold it down by the water line where you would mount the platform, mark with tape or maker hash marks for 110'' and center of straight edge to center of boat . Have some measure the gap from the two end hash marks to get your curve. You can transfer that on to cardboard or long roll for paper etc. to get your curve.

    Look up Butler Marine Products, they have a how to on it.