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Old 18 December 2011, 19:01   #1
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14' 2009 dinghy hull and trailer

hi all
i am going to put my dinghy and trailer on ebay, havnt a clue what its worth, its just the hull and it would need a part for it if you wanted to use it to sail again. the trailer i brought not so long ago and paid 250 for it so if intrested let me know or if not could some give me some idear of what i should sell it for

Cheers Matt
ps i would put some pics on if i new how, but i can put some in my photo album
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Old 19 December 2011, 04:55   #2
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What kind of dinghy is it?
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Old 19 December 2011, 15:28   #3
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hi searider
its a 14' sailing dinghy, theres some pictures of it in my photo album
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Old 20 December 2011, 04:49   #4
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No idea of the dinghy type, but it looks like you'll need quite a few bits to get it sailing again!

Looks like it has(d) a bowsprit, and the holes towards the transom on the gunwhales would support a huge asymetric spinny so try looking at the Laser / Topper / ISO ranges for a start.
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Old 20 December 2011, 15:00   #5
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hi 9d280
thanks for the info, i havnt got a clue what your talking about tho. I just used it to go up and down my local canal, put a 2hp mariner on the back and had some great days out on it, i know it needs many bits to get it sailing again what i ment was it just needs a small piece for the front to make it a complete hull,but not sure weather that is realy required ? do you have any idear what one of these would fetch the way it is ? oh with the trailer aswell
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Is there a hull number on the upper right hand corner of the transom?

This might help identify it.
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Old 20 December 2011, 17:21   #7
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no theres no marking at all,apart from the name i gave it on the side now, i was thinking of sticking it on fleabay for 500 with trailer and bottom cover,does have a top cover but dog put a hole in it" mut "
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Old 21 December 2011, 04:51   #8
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what i ment was it just needs a small piece for the front to make it a complete hull,but not sure weather that is realy required ? do you have any idear what one of these would fetch the way it is ? oh with the trailer aswell
Possibly not. The "blunt" bit probably is nowhere near the water when sailing, so doesn't matter if it isn't a perfect knife edge.

The names I gave were a going in guess for that kind of dinghy. I have since had a crawl round some dinghy sites, and so far nothing jumping out as what you have.

The bow may not actually end in a point - there are dozens of dinghies out there with "blunt" ends - the Mirror being the classic example. When I saw your pic it looks like there is a 2" hole in that front section - that would probably be for a bowsprit for an Asymetric spinnaker, so unless there are some more bolt holes or other method of attatching it, there may not be a "pointy bit".

Google the Topper Buzz, it has a very similar shaped bow (small blunt triangle) but the stern is totally different.
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hi 9d280
thanks for you input, think ile just stick on the fleabay and see what i can get for irt, its just in the way now taking up space i could do with, once again thank you for your info.
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