## How much does a Laser 2000 weigh?

SPECIFICATION

2000 | |
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Beam | 1.8m (5’9″) |

Hull Weight | 124kg (273lbs) |

Sailing Weight | 200kg (441lbs) |

Sail Area – Mainsail (Mylar) | 8.66m² (93ft²) |

**What is the weight limit on a Laser sailboat?**

How much weight can a laser sailboat hold? On average, the Laser’s optimal weight is between 121 to 159 pounds or 55 to 72 kg. Now keep in mind, this is the optimal weight, meaning best for the boat’s performance speed. If you aren’t looking to compete, the Laser can hold up to 200 pounds.

**How much does a laser 2 sailboat weigh?**

168 lb

Laser 2

Development | |
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Hull weight | 76 kg (168 lb) |

LOA | 4,370 mm (14.34 ft) |

Beam | 1,420 mm (4.66 ft) |

Sails |

### How much does a Laser dinghy weight?

130.0 lb

Laser (dinghy)

Development | |
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Hull weight | 58.97 kg (130.0 lb) |

LOA | 4.2 m (13 ft 9 in) |

LWL | 3.81 m (12 ft 6 in) |

Beam | 1.39 m (4 ft 7 in) |

**What is the minimum weight to sail Laser?**

Note that the minimum weight for transitioning to the Laser Standard is about 79 kg (175 lbs). Very few full rig sailors can handle the boat at a lighter weight. The typical weight range for a competitive Laser Standard sailor is actually pretty narrow: 175 to 195 lbs.

**How much weight can a dinghy hold?**

How Much Weight Can A Dinghy Hold?

Dinghy Size | Weight Carrying Capacity | Dry weight |
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8 ft | 1000 lbs | 41 to 60 lbs |

10 ft | 1200 lbs | 55 to 97 lbs |

12 ft | 1500 lbs | 91 to 230 lbs |

14 ft | 1800 lbs | 120 to 290 lbs |

## How do you calculate the weight a boat can hold?

Look for the passenger count and weight capacity of your boat. This should be posted on a plaque somewhere on your boat. Calculate the passenger capacity yourself. Multiply the length of your boat by the width of your boat and divide it by 15 to get the number of people your boat can safely hold.