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Subject: Just acquired a new boat

R Watson (interested)
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Date Posted: 21:56:50 28/05/2010 Fri

Hi folks!
I need your help please! I have just acquired a boat which I'm needing assistance in identifying if possible. She is lying on the hard at Port Bannatyne, Isle of Bute, Argyll in Scotland. She is in need of a wee bit of TLC - I have photos if anyone wishes to see them - but no name!? I would really like to find out more about her if possible.
She is approx 26 feet long with twin Leyland diesels, driving shafts on P brackets. I think the engines are done and need stripping out but wondered if its worth spending time and money in refurbishing them to match her original spec. Having done a wee bit of research she looks to me like a Seamaster. I would appreciate anyone's help and assistance in finding out more. Thanks in anticipation!

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