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Subject: Re: Can a seamaster 30 go on the sea?(not because of namesake)


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Graeme MacMaster (Graeme)
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Date Posted: 12:30:58 16/07/2008 Wed
In reply to: Mary Condron 's message, "Can a seamaster 30 go on the sea?(not because of namesake)" on 22:34:10 03/07/2008 Thu

> I have a seamaster 30 and I was wondering if it could
>go in the sea without it capsizing or anything,or are
>esturies the limit?I would be interesting to know.

Hi
I have had 2 Seamaster 30s (twin engine typs) & I have found them to be very good sea boats. I have operated in extreamly rough conditions. The only issue that I find is the windage when bearthing.

Graeme MacMater.

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Re: Can a seamaster 30 go on the sea?(not because of namesake)Harry Gordon10:12:44 23/08/2008 Sat


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