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Old 18 September 2004, 09:36   #1
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p22 question

hi recently acquired a p22 my first boat. Can any one tell me where i might be able to get the switch that raises and lowers the leg also the techo and fuel stop tap.
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Old 18 September 2004, 11:50   #2
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Congratulations, theyre great boats and for a 1st time craft, perfect as theyre very forgiving!

Is she a fully working boat or have you got loads of bits missing?

The original leg switch can be obtained from Lancing marine (lancingmarine.co.uk?) although i do suspect that any heavy duty toggle switch will do - try www.indexmarine.co.uk

Depending on the boats age, the tacho may be a little difficult to find. Many of the VDO gauges are now doscontinued so depending on whether your worried about it matching in terms of looks, there are a few options....

New gauges can be bought competitively at lowtension.co.uk or originals can often be found at a boat jumble or the like.

Fuel tap can be bought at most chandlers but again, try the web! Suggest www.asapsupplies.com.

Dont forget to post some pics!

What year is she?

Hope this helps
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Old 19 September 2004, 06:05   #3
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she,s fully working apart the bits mentioned, a leaking tube and a perished boot.

Don't know how old she is' is there a way to find out.

can any one tell me who were the manufacture's and are thay stil made.

Will post some picts when i,ve worked out how to do it' give me a screw driver and a set of spaners any day computers drive me nuts.
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Old 19 September 2004, 08:45   #4
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Pacific 22

There should be a plate on the transom, normally fitted to the outboard side, which will have a four digit number engraved on it. It will read something like 9091. The first two digits represent the year of build and the second two numbers indicate the boat number for that year.

As for builders it will be Hamatic which is now part of the VT group. However in 1991/2 Victoria Marine won a contract to build a series of P22,s and Arctic 28,s and your boat may well be one of these. Victoria Marine went bust a couple of years later.

P22,s are still built by Halmatic for the MOD and they are now known as P22 MK11.
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Old 19 September 2004, 10:39   #5
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So does this mean that the Pacific and Arctic designs are owned by the MoD as opposed to Halmatic?

I know they are advertised as being Halmatic boats but im sure they wouldnt have lent the designs to Victoria Marine after loosing the build contract!

Any ideas?
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Old 20 September 2004, 05:50   #6
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she,s fully working apart the bits mentioned, a leaking tube and a perished boot.

Don't know how old she is' is there a way to find out.

can any one tell me who were the manufacture's and are thay stil made.
The boat number is moulded into all the major fibreglass parts and also on the transom. If you look on the engine cowls it is on the horizontal flange and the same on the small bridge behind the console. It is on the right hand side of the transom just below the tube.

If this doesn’t work call Mermaid with the engine number they should be able to tell you the year of the engine at least.
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Old 20 September 2004, 07:43   #7
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Mine hasnt got any of these ID mouldings/stamps although my last one did!

Strange huh!!

Any Ideas why?
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Mine hasnt got any of these ID mouldings/stamps although my last one did!

Strange huh!!

Any Ideas why?
There might be one on the console flange, the numbers are only 4 or 5 mm high and coul be covered in paint.These numbers are part of the original spec. from the MOD for traceability reasons so should be there
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Old 20 September 2004, 12:59   #9
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Many thanks every one
The boat number is 8914. Been on the phone to day and burned some cash and boy don't you burn it on these things.

AS i am new to this was wondering if anyone can suggest good places to go in the SW/S wales or, is there a page on here that i haven't found.
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