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Subject: Re: Seamaster 27

Roger Andrews
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Date Posted: 17:01:52 27/09/2010 Mon
In reply to: Gary Tebbutt 's message, "Seamaster 27" on 18:44:10 22/09/2010 Wed

Hi Gary
I have a Seamaster 27 that had a fixed screen when I purchased her 23 years ago. I hinged the front screens to fold forward and the side ones outwards. 3 screws and wingnuts then hold everything in place. I couldn't figure a way to get the side windows to fold inwards easily.
As for clearance for Potter Heigham bridge - we used to regularly go through at 6'8" at slack water [ after low water, as the tide is still running out fast at low water ] I think that it could be done at 6'6" but I wouldn't risk it.
We haven't been through for six years as the water rarely gets that low these days - maybe that darned bridge is sinking [ the Dutch would have put navigation before an ancient monument ]
If you live near the Broads and want to look at my conversion it's not a problem

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