7 Things That Are About 54 Feet (ft) Long/Tall

In this article, I’ll show you a list of seven items totaling 54 feet in length. 

I was surprised to see that hardly many products are exactly 54 feet long. Some of them are near, but not quite right. 

It’s not every day that you’ll need to measure something 54 feet long, but knowing what that length is can be a lot of fun. 

648 inches or 16.5 meters equals 54 feet.

1. Mr. Beams Solar Weatherproof Outdoor String Lights

Mr. Beams Solar LED String Lights are perfect for decks, patios, porches, backyards, balconies, gazebos, and other outdoor living spaces. 

24 glass S14 bulbs are included to produce an exquisite lighting style with a clear, beautiful glow. 

The solar panel that comes with the string lights may be easily installed in the ground or on a wall to guarantee that it receives direct sunshine. 

The 54-foot cord of string lights has 24 bulbs and sockets with a 1. 7-foot spacing between them, resulting in a 45. 11-foot lighted area. Each bulb consumes 0. 6 watts of power. 

The IP65 weather rating of the string lights allows them to be used outside all year for events and ambient lighting. 

It’s simple and quick to set up. Simply wrap the string lights along walls or fixtures as desired. A cable kit or additional mounting hardware is not included. 

For best results, allow the solar panel to charge for 2-3 days before installation.

Photocell (dusk to dawn) sensor prevents daytime activation.

2. World’s largest wind chime 

A decade ago during a trip, Jim and his family brainstormed the idea of creating a tea shop. But Jim wanted to do more to bolster his community. 

“I decided we’d have to think outside the box if we were going to do this,” he says. 

He combined his love of wind chimes with the new business idea, utilizing the resources and manufacturing capabilities of Bolin Enterprises, his family’s pipeline, and tank maintenance company. Guinness World Records recognized 54-foot-tall wind chimes in 2011. 

Jim Bolin created the world’s largest wind chime, which can be found at 109 East Main Street in Casey, Illinois. On June 22, 2012, the windchime was officially recognized as the World’s Largest Wind Chime by Guinness World Records. The windchime has a total length of 54 feet and a total weight of 16932.4 pounds.

3. Crafty Foam Tape

Crafty Foam Tape White 54ft is a dimensional foam tape that is sturdy, permanent, and double-sided.

Use on a variety of surfaces, including metal, wood, canvas, and paper. When heat is embossed, this high-density foam will not crush or melt.

4. New England Holocaust Memorial

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The memorial, which was founded by Holocaust survivor Stephan Ross (of blessed memory), is meant to promote recollection, meditation, and hope. These dazzling spires, which rise 54 feet tall and are inscribed with numerals symbolizing the six million Jews slain during the Holocaust, are a beacon of light in the face of darkness. 

It was constructed as a memorial to the six million people who were slain, as well as to honor the surviving. The site, which is near Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market, and other American history gems on Boston’s historic Freedom Trail, provides a rare opportunity for reflection on the value of human rights. 

A group of Holocaust survivors from the Boston region spearheaded the Memorial project. More than 3,000 individuals and organizations from throughout the country had contributed to the project by the time it was dedicated in October 1995.

5. Dunkeld bridge 

Dunkeld Bridge is a seven-arch bridge in Dunkeld, Perth, and Kinross, Scotland, that spans the River Tay. It joins the parishes of Dunkeld and Dowally to the north and Little Dunkeld to the south, carrying the pedestrian and vehicle traffic of Bridge Street (the A923). 

It is 685 feet (209 meters) long, 26.5 feet (8 meters) broad, and 54 feet (16 meters) high, it is a Category A listed structure. The center arch is 90 feet wide (27 meters), two others are 84 feet wide (26 meters), two more are 74 feet wide (23 meters), and the land-arches are 20 feet broad (6 m). In 1879, the pontage was abolished. 

Thomas Telford built the bridge between 1805 and 1809. The total cost was £33,978.

6. Trouble 

“Trouble”  was first spotted on a beach in North Carolina ninety years ago. 

On Wednesday, April 5, 1928, a Wrightsville Beach resident went outside to get the morning paper from his beachfront home. Instead, he discovered a gigantic sperm whale that had washed up in his front yard, measuring 54 feet long and weighing 100,000 pounds.

Trouble was the name given to the whale, which has been a significant specimen and emblem at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences in downtown Raleigh for many years.

In February of 1930, the skeleton was placed on display in the museum, suspended from the trusses of the second-floor ceiling, just as it is today (though the museum has moved locations multiple times, once requiring the skull to be taken apart because there were no doors big enough for it to fit through). 

Brimley, one of the museum keepers who died in 1946 after nearly 60 years in Raleigh dedicated to the museum, termed the skeleton “the most magnificent and precious individual specimen the museum has ever secured” when it was first shown to the public in 1930. 

Brimley gave the whale the name Wrightsville, but it didn’t catch on. Friends and coworkers had started calling the mammal Trouble in jest, and that was the end of it.

7. 2022 Cruisers Yachts 54 Cantius

Explore the 54 Cantius design’s unique aesthetic to seamlessly blend living areas with entertainment both indoors and out. The 54 Cantius exemplifies perfection with three luxury staterooms, exquisite amenities, and breathtaking vistas. 

You’ll have a hard time choosing your favorite feature once you get into the spacious cockpit of the 54 Cantius. One of the most prominent features of the area is the soft wrap-around seating. The huge settee can easily accommodate up to 10 guests at a time and may be used in two pieces or rotated to create one enormous party space. The electric hi/lo table can also be transformed into a sun lounge or lifted for cocktails. 

The cockpit of the 54 Cantius is the place to be, with curving starboard storage, a wet bar, a Sony TV/DVD, and a beautiful electric grill.