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Scarlette is a 24-foot sailboat -- hull #3560 --
manufactured in 1985  by Nissan in Japan under
license with J/boats.

Scarlette is classified as a racer/cruiser and has a
maximum capacity of 8 people. She has four berths
(one V-berth that sleeps two adults, and two side
berths that also sleeps two adults) for overnight trips
around Okinawa and the Kerama Islands.

Length Over All: 24 feet (7 meters, 31 centimeters)
Length at Water line: 20 feet, 5 inches (6 meters)
Beam: 8 feet, 11 inches (2 meters, 74 centimeters)
Draft: 4 feet (1 meter, 22 centimeters)
Displacement: 3,100 lbs. (1409.1 kg)
Ballast: 950 lbs. (431.8 kg)
Sail Area (Main & Jib): 263 sq. ft.
Scarlette's makeover
Crew information
Gear
-- list of gear
Cabin
-- Inside
Berths
-- Forward (2)
--
Port (1)
--
Starboard (1)
Galley
-- Sink
-- Wet bar
Comm Station
-- Overview
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