35' Bruno

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looks like the shalako but don't think it is

I saw this boat down in Murrel's Inlet almost 10 years ago, docked behind a restaurant I was at, Jonas still had the Shalako at that time which had a darker blue hull plus a pulpit mount.
 

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the numbers come up as a 35



Vessel Name: KINGFISH USCG Doc. No.: 619133 Vessel Service: COMMERCIAL FISHING VESSEL IMO Number: * Trade Indicator: Coastwise Unrestricted, Fishery, Registry Call Sign: * Hull Material: FRP (FIBERGLASS) Hull Number: 35/208 Ship Builder: BRUNO & STILLMAN INC. Year Built: 1979

Length (ft.): 32.2 Hailing Port: PAWLEY'S ISLAND SC Hull Depth (ft.): 5.5 Owner: A-1 RESIDENTIAL CLEANING AND RENOVATIONS LLC
114 JACKRABBIT PL PO BOX 73
PAWLEYS ISLAND, SC 29585 Hull Breadth (ft.): 11.6 Gross Tonnage: 11 Net Tonnage: 7 Documentation Issuance Date: July 19, 2013 Documentation Expiration Date: August 31, 2014 Previous Vessel Names: No Vessel Name Changes Previous Vessel Owners: A-1 RESIDENTIAL CLEANING AND RENOVATIONS LLC
GROUPER V INC
 

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Also a 3126 and 1.5 to 1 is correct for a 35, not so good for a 42.
 

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Yeah when I saw the power I thought the same thing. But the pics sure look like a 42. But hey I could be wrong. I see they have the length at 32.2'. Could this be a typo? And a 5.5' draft sounds more in line with a 42'.
 
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that's what the coast guard length is on a 35 bruno, it's the waterline length, i don't know where the they get the depth measurement, bottom of keel up to ??? they damn sure don't draw that much mine draws just under three.
 

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As the owner of a 35 Bruno you certainly have more knowledge than me, but I am curious, documentation stats aside, do the pictures look like a 35 to you?
 

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it's definitely deceptive looks like a 42, i think maybe it's because he changed the windows in the side of the trunk. 42 has a little different shape from the trunk to the windshield, and the pic of it running is definitely a 35, the 42 runs higher in the front. (with enough power)
 

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I don't think I'd want to be running a 1.5:1 on that....I have the same boat with the same engine and ive got a 2:1 the only reason I can think of having a 1.5:1 is if they didn't have enough room to swing a bigger wheel because they don't have a drop skeg.so there only option is to spin a smaller wheel faster....

Also a 3126 and 1.5 to 1 is correct for a 35, not so good for a 42.
 

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I don't think I'd want to be running a 1.5:1 on that....I have the same boat with the same engine and ive got a 2:1 the only reason I can think of having a 1.5:1 is if they didn't have enough room to swing a bigger wheel because they don't have a drop skeg.so there only option is to spin a smaller wheel faster....

I had a 1.5 on mine switched to a 2:1 and it didn't make a whole lot of difference
 

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When I said "correct" I meant for a stock 35 (clearance), I didn't mean optimum. A 42 w/ the same power would probably have 2 to 1, but optimum for that if it had 3126 would be 2.5 to 1, but not enough clearance for that. Anyway, I bet a 35 Bruno goes under Bonner Bridge better than my 56' DMR. Holy shit, it's tight there on ebb tide, but I made it under the south span.
 
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