[alberg30] Re: Markings

George Dinwiddie gdinwiddie at min.net
Mon Oct 26 06:08:20 PST 1998

From: George Dinwiddie <gdinwiddie at min.net>


Sometime in the early 70's, the US Coast Guard started requiring boats
to have a hull number impressed into the hull in the upper starboard
corner of the transom.  You might check there and see if there's anything.

 - George

> Guy Lalonde said:
> From: "Guy Lalonde" <guy.lalonde at sympatico.ca>
> John,
> I found those two little screws you mentionned just below the
> companion way, but unfortunately the plate isn't there. Maybe
> some day I'll find the plate tucked away in the bottom of a
> locker or drawer somewhere.
> Is anyone aware of any other location where the serial number
> could be ?  Maybe it was stamped in more than one location
> (I hope).
> Guy
> Cyrena #466

  George Dinwiddie                                  gdinwiddie at min.net
  The gods do not deduct from man's allotted span those hours spent in
  sailing.          http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/Alberg30/

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