Re: Height of a maxum 4100 Scb
This is a rough one. I think the problem is:
Bridge Height: Refers to vertical height from waterline, and refers to the minimum bridge height the boat can reasonably pass underneath while underway.
Draft Hull: Distance from lowest point of keel to waterline
Draft Max:: Distance from lowst point of Running Gear to waterline.
Total Height: This would really be from the lowest point of the running gear to the highest point of the boat.
I found the following specs for a 2001 Maxum 4100 SCB:
Draft hull: 2'6"/.76m
Draft max: 4'0"/1.22m
Bridge clearance: 18'0"/5.49m
Total Boat Height = Draft Max + Bridge Clearance
In your case the Total Boat Height would be 22 ft. (6.7056M).
This would NOT be the height of the boat on a trailer. This would be the height of the boat sitting on the ground. The keel and running gear are well off the ground when siting on trailer, so I would expect the Height on Trailer to be higher than 22 ft. I'd expect it to be closer to 24 ft+ when sitting on a trailer. Unless you have a 10.5 ft. radar arch, I don't think this dog is going to hunt. Even if you did drop the arch, I think the highest point now becomes the windscreen, not dropped arch. So subtracting the amount of height lost after dropping the arch will also most likely not be accurate.