for those of you who don't know, i work in a custom yacht building facility. i build bulkheads. but it's always interesting to see the boats being flipped, we build the hull upside down, then flip them to work on the rest of the boat. it takes about 3 months to build the hull from the ground up, so in the 3 years i've worked here, i've seen this happen many times, but it's always fun to watch, and i finally remembered to bring my camera this time. the dementions are 62' from bow to stern. the width across the stern is 14', and the width across the widest part of the bow is around 17'. it weighs 12,002lbs when he fliped it. first pic is the boat sitting in the shop. in the last pic on the left side, i'm the guy in the dark grey shirt, and the blue shorts pulling the rope to keep the boat from twisting on the crane.