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Subject: Helmsman's Shelter Seamaster 30


Author:
Graham Clark (Perplexed)
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Date Posted: 22:17:40 02/06/2009 Tue

I’ve got a 1974 Seamaster 30 which is in need of complete renovation. I’ve asked Paul Killick to help me through the minefield of how to go about this and he’s been fantastic. The biggest problem I have which Paul recognises is the original Helmsman’s Shelter has been removed and replaced with a timber structure. This frankly completely ruins the lines of the boat and makes it look like a floating caravan. My intensions are to remove this and replace it best I can with a “shelter” similar to the original.

Is there anyone who has removed this structure for whatever reason and no longer has any use for it, or does anyone have any designs, templates or ideas of how best to go about rebuilding it. Hope someone can help

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