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Old 03-31-2018, 07:53 PM   #1
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Hello, I am looking for a Boat Capacity Plate Decal or a picture of one or where can I purchase one for a 1998 MAXUM 28 SCR can anyone HELP THANK YOU.
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They didn't put capacity plates on larger boats. My 97 2800 didn't have a capacity plate either.
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My 2400 SCR does not have one either.
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There is a formula for 20 ft boats and under for your capacity.

which is length x width 15 = number of people.

Use it as a very rough idea for your 28 footer. 28 x 9 = 25215 = 16.8 passengers. 150 lbs each.

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Wow!! I wouldn't know where 16 1/2 passengers would seat or stand on my 2700. Not to mention where I would store that many PFD's.
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Like I said ..a rough idea... for anything over 20 feet. Lol... I've got a 3000 and think 4 people is crowded !

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Like I said ..a rough idea... for anything over 20 feet. Lol... I've got a 3000 and think 4 people is crowded !

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Your post also said it's based on a 150lb person; I'm way over that at 6'3". Additionally that calculation doesn't take into account gear onboard.
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This came from Chapman's Mike and yes a lot of variables. ....


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I was carefully trying to avoid slipping of the swimplatform yesterday morning as a result of the 3 inches of snow that was on it from the snow we got yesterday morning. I also got 8 inches of snow last week and 23 inches of snow 2 weeks ago.

Last year we were in the water the last week of April. It's New England, it happens.
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BRRRRR!
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