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Me and the Mrs just purchased a 1976 Bristol Corsair, I am trying to find an owners manual and technical specifications, wiring, head plumbing etc. Is this information available and if so where? I have spent some time on line but have not found much outside of the dimensions of the boat. Any insight on this would be helpful and much appreciated. Thanks.

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Owners manual here: Bristol Corsair or Bristol 24
Basic specs here: BRISTOL 24 CORSAIR (SAILSTAR) sailboat specifications and details on sailboatdata.com
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I have a 1976 Bristol 24 also. I've owner her for 7 years. Be happy to answer any questions I can.

Do you have a diesel or the outboard in a well? They are great little sailboats.



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Thanks for the info CalebD.

Okawbow, I may take you up on your offer, thank you.

Now on to learn what it means to own a sail boat, 101 on thru hulls and seacocks, next after that everything else.

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