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phrf rating for Crealock 37 yawl

I know........oxymoronic question. However, a "fun" race is on the horizon and we need our PHRF rating. Can anyone provide a resource?

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Ellen, I do think I looked at your boat at Watergate getting new canvas on Monday. I will look at my expired rating to get a phone number. Also try to call HYC office and see if they have a contact number to PHRF Galveston Bay.281-471-1255. Doug Griffith
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Thanks! You did indeed see our boat at Watergate, so perhaps we are neighbors? Chuck Ruhl has had a chore working around boom gallows and mizzen mast, but we are very pleased with the results - especially when that little storm blew thru and we drank coffee from the warm, dry cockpit!

I was able to locate an online record from HYC with ratings for two 37s. Thanks to Kerry Dancer and Kindred Spirit....are you still in the Galveston area?

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Yes, We are currently dock partners with Kerry Dancer at Marina del mud. Soon to relocate to HYC when the docks are done. Looks line sept 1. I looked up Kindred spirits old rating and it is 217. What race will you be doing? Doug Griffith PSC37 #249 Kindred Spirit.
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