Unless that boat was originally sold to North America and probably the USA in particular, it generally would not have a HIN as European governmental registration
agencies used the yard build number until about 1986. The HIN was created by the United States Coast Guard and is a 12 to 15 element imprint/engraving, usually on the upper starboard part of the transom. On most Super Maramu’s the number is at the starboard
aft end of the rub rail, tucked up in the upper corner of the area where the hull sides meet the transom.
If you need a HIN, you can apply to the USCG to get one. Not difficult if you can prove you own the boat.
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