I bought this from E bay a while ago, it was advertised as an Atlantic 21, didn't question it as it was orange hull and RNLI looking tubes, i only bought it as i had a spare set of tubes i had for my old Pacific 22, that i have now sold.
Once i started stripping it, i then realised that it wasn't an Atlantic but a Pacific 22 that had been modified to take twin outboards.
The deck had been fibre glassed over "badly" and the wood under was rotten, so main thing was to remove all the deck and cleaned all the compartments out, the STBD side was full of expanding foam, dug out 5 bin liners of foam and found that the side had had a big impact and also been repaired badly, all the old repair was removed and repaired from inside instead of pushing handfuls of filler in from the outside as it had looked like had been done before.
I left it untouched for nearly a year as i couldn't find either a high horse power inboard diesel or a reasonably priced pair of outboards.
But since owning the Humber and having a big outboard strapped to it's ass, it's going to have twin 150's plus on the back of this one.
This is the link to my photobucket gallery. Pacific 22 strip and rebuild pictures by ian-sw - Photobucket