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Re: Hatch ID

I believe that is an older Goiot bird. What brand boat do you have? Jenneau? Beneteau? Waiquiez? or other french to european boat? if so, probably a Goiot. That looks like the bird on my 25 yr old stuff.

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Re: Hatch ID

Definitely Goiot - We used these on earlier CS36. They are French made, gasket likely metric, but it is nothing more than neoprene gasket and you may have luck with standard sizes like 3/8, 1/2 etc. Not sure of your location but Holland Marine Holland Marine Products in Port Credit ON sells a variety of sizes and sell it by the foot. We used wet suit neoprene cement to bond new gaskets to similar frames by Atkins & Hoyle (they have gasket too but their price makes me think it is solid gold, and they are near impossible to get hold of). If you can move 50-100 feet of it in at your club or marina you can get a role from Spae-Naur Spaenaur - WELCOME Prep the surface well - remove all old adhesive, solvent wash the groove and dry fit first. Remember to cement the ends also. Once its in place dog it down for 24 hrs and you should be good for another 30 years.

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Re: Hatch ID

Thanks for the info. This is boat is a Victoria 26 made in Florida by McVay. Only a few were made. I thought I might have to fabricate one.
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