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    Default F36 Air draft

    Any info on whether a F36 would fit under Cookham Lock cut foot bridge?

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    Default Re: F36 Air draft

    Late 90s models have listed airdraft of 3.91m. Cookham lock cut footbridge is 3.81m at normal levels. The duty keeper could pull the head sluices with the tail gates open which can drop the level by up to another 100mm + but you'll have to time it right and it's at your own risk.
    When I was in the Navy ...

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    Default Re: F36 Air draft

    Quote Originally Posted by Old Crusty View Post
    Late 90s models have listed airdraft of 3.91m. Cookham lock cut footbridge is 3.81m at normal levels. The duty keeper could pull the head sluices with the tail gates open which can drop the level by up to another 100mm + but you'll have to time it right and it's at your own risk.
    I don't know the air height but we have a couple of F43s in the club who manage it frequently.

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    Default Re: F36 Air draft

    The F33 will go under if the stainless steel lighting/ radar arch at rear of flybridge is lowered or unbolted.

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    Default Re: F36 Air draft

    I'm sure I've seen plenty of F36/F37 up beyond Cookham, with radar and light bracket lowered.

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    Default Re: F36 Air draft

    Thanks for your replies.

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