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no hard and fast rule other than common sense and your insurance T&C's. You as skipper are responsible for everyone onboard so bear that in mind too. Other than that more weight more fuel you will burn.
- Fri May 25, 2018 7:59 am
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- Topic: 25th May 2018 GDPR -Please read
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you really need your HIN number. this will give year of build. its about 20 digits long and stamped in to the hull. On a shetland it is normally around the transom area. Sometimes the outboard fixings cover it The details on here are accurate and your build number of 383 is circa 1989/90. The specs ...
Shetland HIN numbers are normally stamped into the gel coat in the transom or on the outside of the transom. You might find your outboard fittings cover it. The number is about 20 digits long