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Cobra160 09-19-2009 07:20 PM

serial number for sailboat
 
I have a 26' sailboat that I am just starting to go through. I do not know the name of it but I have a serial number. Does anyone recognize this type of number. CLM007040374. could be CLMOO7040374. Fiberglass from MN. it has a drop keel and outboard motor. I will try and get some pictures.

Dan

rikhall 09-19-2009 07:39 PM

This might help:

Hull numbers used between October 31, 1972 and August 1, 1984 are as follows:

1 2 3 = Manufacture's Code
4 5 = Model Number
6 7 8 = Hull Number
9 10 11 12 = Date of Manufacture ( 9 10 Month, 11 12 Year)
Or
9 = M
10 11 = Model Year
12 = Month of Manufacture; A = August B = September

Example: TSP90014M83B

TSP = Tillotson/Pearson
90 = Model 90
014 = Hull #14
M83B = Model Year, Construction began 1982, Code B = September
Hull Numbers used after August 1, 1984 are as follows:
1 2 3 = Manufacture's Code
4 5 6 7 8 = Manufacture's Hull Number
9 10 = Date of Certification or Manufacture (9 is Letter for Month; A =
January, 10 is Last Digit of Year)
11 12 = Model Year

Example: PYZ40012L586


PYZ = Present Yachts, Inc.
40012 = Hull Serial Number
L5 = December 1985 Date of Certification or Manufacture
86 = 1986 Model Year

I hope that helps you a bit.

Rik

Cobra160 09-19-2009 07:58 PM

It did I also found a site that could look up the HUL #

I looked at the first three wrong I think. I now think it is OLM came up as Outlaw Marine in Seaford NY. No longer in business so I cannot tell if they ever made a 26' sailboat. should be a 1974 per your info.

I will keep looking

I just pulled out he sail it says Clipper Marine so maybe it was CLM Sail bag says M 21 K on it though

Dan

Cobra160 09-19-2009 10:37 PM

Have been researching this for most of the night and it is a Clipper Marine 26 I found a Yahoo group for them.

Now all that is left to do is get it ready for next spring.

Dan

mwrohde2 09-20-2009 12:38 AM

I think it's now Classic Marine

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