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Re: What is this?

This could be Nash 20. Hard to tell from a small photo.
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Re: What is this?

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This could be Nash 20. Hard to tell from a small photo.
I think the search has ended. The similarities are visible, even the inside issimilair to one of the pictures on google. Just to be sure, does anyone know if this boat has another hin or something else somewhere (not on the transom)?

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Re: What is this?

From what I read on google (quick search), the boat was mass produced in Poland from early 70s to early 80s and desribed as a capable coastal cruiser. Apparently, not sinkable due to floatation compartments filled with foam. In many cases owners have removed the foam to gain additional storage space. You might have a hard time finding VIN, as it simply may not have one. Boat was manufactured in two versions - centreboard only and with shoal keel/centreboard (better version) - seems this is the version you have.

Source: http://jachty-zaglowe.pl/nash-20.html
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Re: What is this?

My first boat, a 22 footer made in 1972, had the HIN inside the cabin way back under the cockpit. It was U.S.-made but you might try crawling way back and looking up and around. I only found it because I crawled back there to remove all the flotation foam to give everything a good cleaning.
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