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Date Posted: - Saturday - 04/25/09 - 10:32pm
Author: Sandpiper T/M 36C
Subject: Nine is correct.
In reply to: Jared 's message, "I might have hull #9" on - Thursday - 04/23/09 - 10:30pm


My so was an exchange student in Japan. He learned the language. reads it, writes it, eats it!!

I asked him to look over your photo and translate the characters, if possible.

His response was, "yep! it is the number NINE. held as such, the top character is just the common number or pound sign, then NINE, then a 'counting' symbol.
clear as mud?".

I hope that helps.

Fair winds & etc.


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[> [> Thanks! -- Jared, - Tuesday - 04/28/09 - 12:22pm

It seems the mystery has been solved. Thank you.

So it seems that she's really a 1969 Mariner and not a 1970, right? Does anyone know how to go about digging up any more on the history of hull #9?

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