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Subject: Re: trapper 300

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Date Posted: 24/02/07 10:48:17
In reply to: paul hagan 's message, "trapper 300" on 13/02/07 19:33:11

If You want to live aboard, then a trapper 300 is not what you want.
Things to watch out for are the same for buying any boat of that age. But in particular with the 300 watch out for cracks around the stantions which allow in water. It is a bit of a job to repair as it involves cutting the internal fibreglass moulded lining to get at the base of the stantion.

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