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    I am a Charter Boat owner in Nova Scotia Canada and I have a classic mako. Serial Number appears to be NSV22180277. I am in need of the Transport Canada capacity plate sticker (Canadian Equivalent to USCG capacity sticker). It is the Canadian version of the small sticker that states how many people you should have aboard. I have tried my best to have Tracker Boats send me one from their factory. In an e-mail a couple years ago they stated that this Mako was built previous to Tracker owning Mako. In recent conversations they ran the serial number and stated this serial number is not associated with Mako at all. Any help acquiring a sticker that goes with my 23.5' Mako would be sincerely appreciated and I don't mind paying. I don't even care if it is off an old boat.

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    Originally posted by lucienleblanc


    I am a Charter Boat owner in Nova Scotia Canada and I have a classic mako. Serial Number appears to be NSV22180277. I am in need of the Transport Canada capacity plate sticker (Canadian Equivalent to USCG capacity sticker). It is the Canadian version of the small sticker that states how many people you should have aboard. I have tried my best to have Tracker Boats send me one from their factory. In an e-mail a couple years ago they stated that this Mako was built previous to Tracker owning Mako. In recent conversations they ran the serial number and stated this serial number is not associated with Mako at all. Any help acquiring a sticker that goes with my 23.5' Mako would be sincerely appreciated and I don't mind paying. I don't even care if it is off an old boat.


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    Does your boat look like this?







    If so... I think you are looking for the information on the white tag mounted to the center console in image #3

    Here is a link to Mako boat specs from year 1977

    https://www.makoboats.com/past-model...tBoatYear=1977

    You may also want to check out the Mako History Q & A thread to gather more information and ask for help answering your questions.

    http://www.classicmako.com/forum/top...TOPIC_ID=22234

    Hope this reply is useful...

    Eric
    A wise man once said, "Son... if it has tits, tires or a transom... sooner or later it's gonna give you problems." -the old man

    1972 Classic Mako 19
    https://forum.classicmako.com/forum/...t-squot-ole-19

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      I took the kids, nieces, and nephew to the USCG Boater Safety course yesterday. They are already telling me what I've been doing wrong. I can't wait for them to scour the boat looking for this....... We're planning on taking their grandparents out this afternoon. Wish me luck! I may have to get one made!!!

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