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Old 12 December 2016, 11:43   #1
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Pacific 22

I have a Pacific 22 that has been converted to outboard dt 140.

I am keen to find out a bit of the history about my boat.

Does anyone know where I locate the hull number?

Also I believe that halmatic and Victoria yacht services both made the PAC 22s but what were the differences?
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Old 12 December 2016, 14:07   #2
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Ordinarily they have a couple of stainless plates - one on the deck in the bow and one on the transom.

If these have gone, then I'd check carefully around the flange of the, I'm assuming, original console where it joins the deck. Mine had the number in 3mm'ish high writing moulded into the flange.

Again on mine, the number appears moulded into the aft face of the transom in on the the top corners.

On the underside of the GRP fairing that covers the cable conduit between the console and the engine compartment, someone had written the number in permanent marker. Obviously if you have an outboard conversion you won't have the engine compartment and also maybe the transom has been changed.

I've also found it written on a couple of bits of ply as I've removed the deck but that is probably a bit of an extreme approach.

There is a couple of posts on here that mention the Victoria Marine boats but I can't accurately recall the differences.

Whichever company put mine together must have owned shares in the Acme Brass Screw Company

Congrats on the purchase and if you find out who to ask about the history please post it on here.
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Old 12 December 2016, 16:20   #3
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Thanks for reply!

Il have a look under the deck - I've got sheet steel covering most of the transom.

That's good that it can be stamped in a number of places.

Yeah definitely plenty of screws! I have replacement tubes to put on but waiting on better weather, but looking forward to it.

Absolutely if I find anything re the history il keep you posted.

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