Not reweighing after changing the boat certainly sounds wrong.Still stretches credibility as to retain endorsed status any changes to lightship vs new would have triggered a third party weighing.
Boat weight would have been considered 3 times a day since they bought her, minimum. Everything that comes on is considered & anything that is already there is checked that it needs to be there & and can't be lightened or replaced with a lighter one.Thus tells you everything wrong about IRC now.
Just think this through thinking about the bulb weight not boat weight.
Yeah 2011 Vintage, started life as Audi All4One / Beecon / Temptation iiiI thought this Tp52 was the previous Ambition from Melbourne. I believe this boat was sold based on a new keel being made by the previous owner, therefore the new owner must have had the boat re-weighed shortly after the boat was bought in 2019?
But was hasn’t been explained is the 213kg difference between weight of material removed from bulb & the new measured weight. Did they add that back somewhere, was the original weight wrong or is the new weight wrong. Seems like a reasonable question.
Wasn't part of the original quote "we had the boat weighed and we were heavier than expected" which I interpreted as the boat was heavier than old certificate weight, that so the new weight takes account that old discrepency?