How do I get a Laser sail number?
Where is your sail number located
- For Laser sailboats built after 2010 the sail number is located in the rear of the cockpit on a sticker.
- For Laser Sailboats Built Prior to 2010 the sail number can be decoded from the Hull Identification Number Located on the stern or on very early lasers under the bow eye.
How do I change my sail number?
Removing the Old Numbers
- Peel off the old numbers.
- To remove the sticky residue, use 3M™ Adhesive Cleaner. Apply solvent to a soft cloth and rub over the adhesive until the solution can soak in. Leave the sail for a bit while the solvent soaks in.
- Using a terry cloth or other soft towel, scrub off the glue residue.
What is sail number?
Sail numbers are an important way of uniquely identifying a vessel for a variety of purposes. They are a requirement for racing, and could be critical in a search and rescue situation. … You can apply for a sail number to be issued to your boat via the application form below.
How long is a Laser race?
As a one-design class of sailboat, all Lasers are built to the same specifications. The hull is 4.23 metres long, with a waterline length of 3.81 metres. The hull weight is 56.7 kg, which makes the boat light enough to lift onto a car-top rack or onto a trailer.
Is a laser faster than a sunfish?
Lasers are unquestionably faster than Sunfish except in drifters or if it blowing about 25 (when it is blowing 25 good Laser sailors are still going faster than a Sunfish can go, but most Laser sailors are not physical enough and a Sunfish will go faster than they can sail their Laser.)