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Subject: Re: SEAMASTER 19, lifting keel


Author:
David Cooper (Hopeful)
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Date Posted: 14:36:55 13/10/2008 Mon
In reply to: alan piper 's message, "SEAMASTER 19, lifting keel" on 15:28:04 04/10/2008 Sat

>Hi, ive recently purchased this cruiser and would like
>to talk to other owners. This is my first sailing
>boat, i intend to join a club here in Ireland where i
>live.
>Before this i have to bring it back to Ireland from
>Poole, Dorset. This is being arranged at present.
>The boat as no engine, what type of outbourd is best
>suited to this vessel and maximum power? (The reason i
>need to know this, is i have to move the boat to a
>marina near by to be lifted onto my trailer)
>At this early stage of my ownership, i would be
>grateful for any info that you think would be helpfull.
>
>Kind regards.
>
> Alan.

Hello Alan, I have checked our Seamaster boat list and data regarding your boat. They were offered with a Vire petrol inboard 6 HP engine or alternatively an outboard motor bracket. Re The outboard, you will need to measure the width on the bracket first , then you can check the market for any suitable motor, I would suggest something about 4 HP minimum, but maybe the max would be 6-8 hP depending where you will be cruising , to accomodate tides etc.
Good luck with your new craft

regards David Cooper

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