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Old 04-01-2004   #1
Join Date: Oct 2003
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Boat Volume Measurement

I know that each boat manufacturer chooses its own method for measuring volume, but I’m unsure about which does what. I have heard that measurements come from everything from ping pong balls to water to computer estimates. So how about we set the record straight? If you know of any manufacturers method, then please post.

I understand that where the volume is located is more important that what the volume is, but I wonder about this every year, so please humor me... Thanks for your help.
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