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Hull # Location Westsail 32 Roughwater 33, Southern Cross 31, Aries 32

Looking at purchasing a project boat that is a a similar Westsail 32, Aries 32, Roughwater 33, Southern Cross 31 type hull, but was sold as a kit it appears, and finished in Hawaii.

The interior is built out exactly like a Westsail 32. Can anyone tell be where to find the hull identification number? Or identify where I should start looking?

It is listed as built in 1980, sloop rig, Hull is 30' long and 9.6" beam
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Re: Hull # Location Westsail 32 Roughwater 33, Southern Cross 31, Aries 32

Dat one serious fork lift!
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Re: Hull # Location Westsail 32 Roughwater 33, Southern Cross 31, Aries 32

Port side of transom near the top etched in the glass. Board glassed in somewhere with numbers on it. Could be in a locker. Metal plate somewhere near the mast step.
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Re: Hull # Location Westsail 32 Roughwater 33, Southern Cross 31, Aries 32

That's a great looking boat. Much better than the other examples you give.

"Transom"? It's a double ender.

But yes, port side, right under the sheer "cap" etched into the glass.
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Re: Hull # Location Westsail 32 Roughwater 33, Southern Cross 31, Aries 32

If the hull was made before 1972 (I think that is the year) it may not have one. Could have been a long term project and hull made at one point and finally finished in 1980. Not improbable that such a project could take more than 8 years. So don't be to surprised to not find one.
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