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Re: What is this?

It's not a Jaguar (Catalina) 22 they have 2 side lights on the coach roof and look much longer and lower than the pic.
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Re: What is this?

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In the US, the HIN would have been on the starboard corner of the transom if the boat was built after 1982. I believe the US was following international convention on that but have no idea what or when that might apply to boats built elsewhere.

http://www.dmv.ne.gov/dvr/pdf/hinplmtinst.pdf

A guide to HIN from one of our government agencies in the US.

On something that small I would not expect to find a HIN inside the boat. A HIN is sometimes ground off, or rendered illegible by layers of paint, so examine the location (pictures in the PDF) carefully.

There was no registration, title, or other numbered paperwork given to you when you bought the boat?
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Re: What is this?

I do not have any paperwork and the transom was completely smooth (I went to look today), no sing of a hin. Besides that, the boat was build in 1978 (no proof or verification yet).
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Re: What is this?

Looks kinda like a Hurley 18 with that cabin top, but still not quite right especially with that round forward port.
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Re: What is this?

You could have it MC. Despite the forward port on the Hurley. Look at that long side window. Looks very similar.
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Re: What is this?

HIN on our Malo (Swedish) is on starboard stern quarter about a metre or so from the stern.
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Re: What is this?

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You could have it MC. Despite the forward port on the Hurley. Look at that long side window. Looks very similar.
That is what caught my eye. Not very common to have such a long window on such a small boat. Really a nice looking boat to me actually.
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Re: What is this?

But is there a version with a keel/ centerboard and hung on rudder?
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Re: What is this?

Not according to Sailboatdata. Their information, though, isn't always complete. Usually it's accurate (that is, the data they print is accurate), but as I said, the information isn't always complete.

HURLEY 18 sailboat specifications and details on sailboatdata.com
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Re: What is this?

True, but if you go to the owners association page there are definitely different versions of the same boat. I couldn't find anything about a centerboard version though. But it does say that 70% of them were exported to Europe with most ending up in Northern Europe.

I bet you could find out if a centerboard version existed by contacting the owners group. There are also pics of the inside that you could compare. They actually look like really cool boats from looking over the different versions.

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