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Postby fitzwarryne on Sat Aug 07, 2004 5:49 pm

Sould the boat number be painted on the hull after of the centreboard case?
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Boat Number

Postby Phillip Johnson on Sat Aug 07, 2004 11:10 pm

The number should be engaved or carved into the keel just forward of the transom at least 40mm high. Painting is not sufficient as the markings are required to be permanent.

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hull number

Postby fitzwarryne on Sat Aug 07, 2004 11:44 pm

Thanks for the information Phillip.

I am trying to make certain my Sabre fits the rules. I am refitting 982 and so far have found several mast and boom measurements to be way out. For example, the boom vang measurement is 100mm short while it has a wire strop rather than a towel rail. My next task is to refit 266 which is really neglected with spots of rot which I will West System.

Fortunately one of my friends currently sailing a 2.4 in the World Ckampionship in Sweden, is helping me. He is an ISAF measurement expert and did it for the Mirror Worlds in Tasmania

Regads, Paul
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