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Subject: Seamaster 27

Gary Tebbutt
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Date Posted: 18:44:10 22/09/2010 Wed

Hi there. Can anyone help me please. I am currently seriously considering buying a Seamaster 27 this weekend situated on the Norfolk Broads. So far I have not been able to find out the height of the boat at the windscreen. My concern is will it pass under Potter Heigham old bridge which regularly has clearance of around 6' 3". Failing this has anyone either had the windscreen made to fold flat and can you give me any idea how much it cost to have done and how successful it was ie: were there ant leak problems after. Thanks a lot for any help you can give me.

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Re: Seamaster 27Mike Thompson16:43:38 27/09/2010 Mon
Re: Seamaster 27Roger Andrews17:01:52 27/09/2010 Mon
Re: Seamaster 27Roger Matthews08:03:26 07/10/2010 Thu

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