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Subject: Re: seamaster 23s cockpit channel/bulge

David Cooper (Hopeful)
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Date Posted: 16:44:26 25/08/2008 Mon
In reply to: jonathanJoy 's message, "seamaster 23s cockpit channel/bulge" on 17:59:10 20/08/2008 Wed

>seamaster 23s cockpit channel/bulge,
Yes, it is an air trunk ,self draining,to the engine bay below.I have fitted a new ventilator to mine as it is needed for the Boat Safety Scheme.

Hope this helps you.

David (moonbeam 23S, 242)

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Re: seamaster 23s cockpit channel/bulgejonathanJoy17:28:45 25/08/2008 Mon

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