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Re: SJ23 sail numbers

Pogy Bait is hull no. 400 (as imprinted in the fiberglass on the 
transom), and the sail has 400 on it.  And one of her four sails is a 
Clark sail, but I can't for the life of me remember which one.


On 23 Aug 2001, at 12:19, Bob Schimmel wrote:

Date sent:      	Thu, 23 Aug 2001 12:19:47 -0600
From:           	Bob Schimmel <bschimme@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To:             	SJ23 DISTRIBUTION <sanjuan23@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject:        	SJ23 sail numbers
Send reply to:  	sanjuan23@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

> Good Day all;
> In doing the research on Panache's sail numbers I've discovered that
> she didn't originally come with numbers.  The second owner put the
> numbers on, to match his birthday of all things.
> Chuck and I suspect that Clark never put numbers on the mainsails of
> the first boats.  But the two companies that bought Clark did put
> numbers on the mainsails.  As far as reporting the sail numbers in the
> membership list on the SJ23 web site, Chuck simply assumed that your
> hull number is the same as your sail number.
> My questions are,
>   1. Do any of you still have an original mainsail and does it have
>   any
>      numbers on it?
>   2. If so, do the sail numbers match the hull numbers on your boat?
> For clarification see Tech Tip H09,
> --
> Best Regards
> Bob Schimmel
> (Always stay curious)

Jack Chandler
Richland, Washington USA

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