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I am about to ship a 1989 Pacific Seacraft Dana 24 sailboat from Washington State to Hawaii. I am not in the same state as the boat at the moment and I need my rigger to confirm the hull identification number (HIN) before shipment. The usual location for the HIN on a boat is on the upper part of the transom on the Starboard side. The number is apparently not in that location. Does anyone know where it might be found on a 1989 Dana 24?