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Subject: Re: Seamaster 30

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Date Posted: 14:27:21 30/09/2009 Wed
In reply to: David Paterson 's message, "Seamaster 30" on 22:52:48 29/09/2009 Tue

>I am thinking of buying a seamaster 30 with twin
>engines, can anybody tell me if it is possable to dry
>out on a mud berth without damaging the shafts,
>rudders or props.
>My berth is a pontoon which takes ground at low water
>and the boat rests on the pontoon.

Cannot answer this question with experience, but would have thought it would be OK with sufficient depth of soft mud. - Would not attempt it without proper support on harder ground - I have emailed you a couple of pictures of my old boat while it was out on slings so you can see the underwater profile.

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