eli 8' dinghy?

Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by mwpessia, Oct 6, 2009.

  1. MIDad
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    Location: Muskegon, MI

    MIDad New Member

    RRT, I'll try to get one for you. Most of my older pictures were on a computer that died. I sold it (the DINGY) to a neighbor for his son. I'll try to get a couple for you from him. No promises but will try. The picture you posted looks like mine. Could be they just measured differently. I'll see if he'll take a pic of the capacity plate also.
     
  2. J. Sullivan
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    J. Sullivan New Member

    Hi All:

    I have had an 8' Scout Sailing Dingy for awhile. The Rudder wood block on the rear back top of the dingy has started to rot away. Does anyone have an idea what type of wood (block) is used to hold the rudder in place? Is it a hardwood or what?
    The dimensions are 12" long X 6"wide X 1.25" (approximate) thick. Can you tell what year the boat is by the Serial number?

    Thanks,

    J. Sullivan
     
  3. Kayaker
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    Kayaker New Member

    I also just bought an Eli sailing dinghy "Scout Sailor" and really would like to get a copy of the original manual, or at least advice on sailing it. I'll be glad to pay for the manual.
     
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  4. Alexander Arcisz
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    Alexander Arcisz New Member

    I just purchased an 8-foot Eli with most of it's shell equipment but unfortunately the masked had been broken. Does anyone know where I could obtain a mast or provide Dimensions so that I can construct one perhaps a picture if possible. Thanks, Alex
     

  5. Alexander Arcisz
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    Alexander Arcisz New Member

    That was Mast
     
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