The Hurley 22 Pages

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The Hurley Owners Association has a new, official web site:

>http://www.hurleyownersassociation.co.uk/<

And so, this page will revert to its origins as my personal Hurley web site & documents archive


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Hurley Marine, Ltd. was one of the UK's larger boat builders. This site is devoted to Hurley's range of sailing yachts, and especially to the Hurley 22, of which over 1200 were built over the last 35 years. With so many around, the 22 especially is a popular second hand boat and an excellent entry into the world of sailing & cruising!

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News, August 15, 2005
Since my last update, quite a lot has happened... Personally, I have moved to a new job in a new country; and the Hurley Owners' Association has gotten an injection of new energy. As I am no longer very actively maintaining this site, a new one has been set up to represent the HOA. These pages here will revert to what they once were: my personal Hurley pages. If you are looking for archive material on the Hurley range of yachts, enjoy the site!
 
News, May 19, 2002
There is a new email list, where Hurley owners can exchange ideas and questions. Martin Palmer and John Udy are there for any questions you might have. Also, Martin Palmer now has access to the Hurley sail number archive. If you are wondering when your boat was actually built, this is the way to find out!
 
News, May 19, 2002
There is a new email list, where Hurley owners can exchange ideas and questions. Martin Palmer and John Udy are there for any questions you might have. Also, Martin Palmer now has access to the Hurley sail number archive. If you are wondering when your boat was actually built, this is the way to find out!
 
News, May 19, 2002
Over the years, many Hurley 22 owners have come across the one design problem these boats seem to have: the weight of the mast starts to weigh down on the cabin roof causing a range of persistent problems: unable to sufficiently tension shrouds, random leakages when under sail, etc. This article aims to offer a quick (DIY), cheap (�30) but effective solution. Please provide feedback if you have it, as this problem is a recurring theme.
 
News, April 8, 2002
Credit where credit is due - I found the name of the Dutch Hurley owner who started the archive of Hurley materials that was the basis of much of this web site.
 
News - January 19, 2002
I discovered that the website had been taken down by our provider. The site is now at www.go.to/hurleyowners or www.oocities.org/hurleyowners. Apologies for the disruption!
 
 
Special thanks go to Mr. J. Baya of Enkhuizen, the Netherlands, for collecting an archive of Hurley documents that over the years went through the hands of many Hurley owners - ending up as the core of this web site. This material has been invaluable in building the site!

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This site is maintained by Oscar Vermeulen (o dot vermeulen at altis dot ch). Last update 15/08/2005