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 71 
 on: July 27, 2016, 02:13:43 pm 
Started by jack Schmidt - Last post by sonosail
Ballast for Sunfast 31, Sun Odyssey 31, Sunlight 30/31 were wrong (and impossible). Thanks for catching it.
Now corrected.
I'm not seeing the error you describe for FIRST 10R, though I did adjust the disp. number to what Farr design says.
Very helpful.

rb

 72 
 on: July 27, 2016, 01:48:10 pm 
Started by white74 - Last post by sonosail
no this is Irwin Yachts in Port Cocquitlam BC Canada

And this is where all of them were built?
Any idea how I can find out more about this model?

Thanks
Randy Browning
Norwalk, CT USA
sailboatdata.com

 73 
 on: July 27, 2016, 01:32:10 pm 
Started by phiwum - Last post by sonosail
Hello.

The Marshall 22 was first produced in 1965 according to the first article at http://www.marshallcat.com/html/articles.html.  (My own Marshall is a 1968, hull no. 23.)

The current entry in the sailboat data section says it started in 1968.

Thank you.  Record edited.

rb

 74 
 on: July 27, 2016, 01:30:21 pm 
Started by YankeeDoodle - Last post by sonosail
I recently acquired a 1972 Yankee Seahorse 24 with a trailer and cannot locate the hull plate...  the title identifies the boat as hull # 30.  The other thing I am looking for is the shroud and stay tension numbers.  Does anyone have any info for that?  Thanks All!!!  If interested I will post some recent pics.  Got the mast up over the weekend.
Is the mast stepped on deck?  Do you have a Loos guage to actually measure tension?

rb

 75 
 on: July 27, 2016, 12:07:26 pm 
Started by Bristol24 - Last post by sonosail
OK.  So further correction on the B24.  We had recently the Bristol 50th anniversary, and according to Clint Pearson and others from the factory, the ballast was indeed 3000 lbs, not 2000.  The flyer was a misprint according to him - it never had 2000 ballast, so your original information was correct.   We do know that it is the Sailstar models that used concrete, and that the Bristol models used lead.

Thanks.
Correction made with additional notes.

rb

 76 
 on: July 27, 2016, 03:05:14 am 
Started by Bristol24 - Last post by Bristol24
OK.  So further correction on the B24.  We had recently the Bristol 50th anniversary, and according to Clint Pearson and others from the factory, the ballast was indeed 3000 lbs, not 2000.  The flyer was a misprint according to him - it never had 2000 ballast, so your original information was correct.   We do know that it is the Sailstar models that used concrete, and that the Bristol models used lead. 


 77 
 on: July 22, 2016, 10:09:00 am 
Started by billmania - Last post by sonosail
I own the Morgan 462 ketch with HIN MRY27021M79L-462. It has a build year of 1979. I also have the original Bill of Sale, which is dated in 1979. Please update the First Built field for http://sailboatdata.com/viewrecord.asp?class_id=2373.

Additionally, this boat does NOT have a Sheel Keel.

OK.  Thank you. Correction made.

 78 
 on: July 22, 2016, 02:17:26 am 
Started by Spinsheet - Last post by Spinsheet
I know this is quite specific, but does anyone know of any good old boats pre 1970 with an LOA of less than 30 feet, designed by sparkman Stevens?

 79 
 on: July 21, 2016, 08:13:53 pm 
Started by billmania - Last post by billmania
I own the Morgan 462 ketch with HIN MRY27021M79L-462. It has a build year of 1979. I also have the original Bill of Sale, which is dated in 1979. Please update the First Built field for http://sailboatdata.com/viewrecord.asp?class_id=2373.

Additionally, this boat does NOT have a Sheel Keel.

 80 
 on: July 21, 2016, 08:35:11 am 
Started by shipwright - Last post by sonosail
;)Hi Troops: Client brought in a brochure on  Sailboard type called SPRINT. Design from UK. make some fairly bold claims re performance. Any one come across this design?

Shipwright.

So post it so someone can see what your talking about.

rb

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