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 on: November 10, 2017, 10:42:57 pm 
Started by YankeeDoodle - Last post by sunbird10201
The USCG Required 12-digit Hull ID Numbers were required starting on 01 November 1972. The HIN should be molded into the outside of the hull near the upper edge of the transom, towards the Starboard side, or on the Starboard side near the gunwale, and within 6" of the stern. Yankee may have used a metal plate for the HIN which may have fallen off before you bought the boat. They are supposed to be permanent, but who knows? Some builders were a bit off on locating the HIN marking, my O'DAY DS II has it dead-center on the transom, a friend had a CAL 21 with the number located about midway between the gunwale and bottom of  transom, and offset about 3-6" to starboard of the centerline.

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 on: October 27, 2017, 02:40:31 pm 
Started by Robbe - Last post by sunbird10201
Did anyone ever determine what this boat is??
I ask because there is someone looking to identify what appears to be a sistership on the "Pocket Yachts and small cruisers" Facebook page. So, now we at least know there might be at least 2 of these boats around.

I keep searching for any info elsewhere.

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 on: October 27, 2017, 04:14:50 am 
Started by Adelie - Last post by sonosail
I have wondered about that myself but it can't be it's LOA in feet.

http://sailboatdata.com/viewrecord.asp?class_id=3452

The data displayed indicates the boat is 31.33'LOA which does not seem right for a 40' boat  Other reference say is as a 32' boat so the length seems to be right.  What does the 40 refer to?

The info I'm getting indicates there were 2 Malo 40's in the 1970's, the regular and the H models.  The only difference was the H model had 59m^2 sail area instead of 44m^2.

http://www.cruisersforum.com/forums/f47/advantages-of-a-taller-rig-30-larger-sail-area-191213.html
http://www.sailguide.com/batfakta/852
http://www.sailguide.com/batfakta/851

 4 
 on: October 27, 2017, 04:01:32 am 
Started by dansailv - Last post by sonosail
Thank you Daniel.

Anything you have I am most interested in seeinh. 
Actually post pointed out the connection to guyline.

rb
sailboatdata.com

 5 
 on: October 26, 2017, 10:04:55 pm 
Started by gonefission - Last post by Kalula
Hi Beargib
I just bought Kalula s&s 36 with 3/4 rig and runners. Still trying to get the hang of her. As I sail mostly by myself, things are happening too fast. Be nice to get some info on these boats from people that are or have sailed them. Any info is wellcome. Is yours the same rig?
Cheers
John

 6 
 on: October 14, 2017, 04:18:13 pm 
Started by sonosail - Last post by sonosail
http://www.sailboatdata.com/viewrecord.asp?class_id=86

 7 
 on: October 04, 2017, 07:41:26 pm 
Started by sonosail - Last post by sonosail
Received an email from the owner of the prototype,(built in 1963). http://www.sailboatdata.com/viewrecord.asp?class_id=2227

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 on: September 19, 2017, 08:16:04 pm 
Started by Adelie - Last post by Adelie
http://sailboatdata.com/viewrecord.asp?class_id=3452

The data displayed indicates the boat is 31.33'LOA which does not seem right for a 40' boat  Other reference say is as a 32' boat so the length seems to be right.  What does the 40 refer to?

The info I'm getting indicates there were 2 Malo 40's in the 1970's, the regular and the H models.  The only difference was the H model had 59m^2 sail area instead of 44m^2.

http://www.cruisersforum.com/forums/f47/advantages-of-a-taller-rig-30-larger-sail-area-191213.html
http://www.sailguide.com/batfakta/852
http://www.sailguide.com/batfakta/851

 9 
 on: August 18, 2017, 02:16:12 pm 
Started by dansailv - Last post by dansailv
thank you for entering the right ballast number.
we recently purchased new racing sails so here are our sizes:
both are contender polyesters laminates
mainsail: 27.851 m2
headsail (140%): 36.261 m2


We have a mast top rig, while most ridas 35s were built with a fractional rig. almost all have bigger sails, so you should change to at least these numbers.

We have our boat chartered when we don't sail, and for our regatta customers it's good to see the right sail area to weight ratio, as it off course plays a role in their choice.

the fuel tank size is app. 80 litres ( differs per boat varying from 60-80)
the watertank is about 230 litres ( but also needs a second check) (ridas says 180 but ours is definately over 200l)

I see your platform as a very widespread and informative way to find out more about different yachts and used it frequently when we chartered (before whe bought our ridas 35).

If you like I can provide more photos and a correct interior layout. And if you lack some more info, I can off course provide it for you.

Also, the real draft of all ridasses is over 2 metres (orc measured between 2 and 2.10 metres) and ours is app 2.07 so you might want to change that as well

there were two ridas 35s (at that time named guyline 355) built with a variable draft, and We have the design papers so you might want to add that as well.

though we arent completely sure, it seems that the real weight of the boat is 5.6 tonnes, though i'll have to weigh our boat to be sure.

thank you very much for developing such a great platform and I hope you'll add those numbers soon

DaniŽl

 10 
 on: July 29, 2017, 02:53:14 pm 
Started by sonosail - Last post by sonosail
Many thanks to Dennis Johnson for providing great information on the Sea Eagle 31 from Stan Huntingford. http://www.sailboatdata.com/viewrecord.asp?class_id=8829

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