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Subject: Re: Seamaster 30


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Alan Godfrey - "My Panache" (Happy-When boating)
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Date Posted: 10:54:32 07/01/2012 Sat
In reply to: Jim Ricketts 's message, "Seamaster 30" on 10:27:23 05/01/2012 Thu

Dear Jim. Our Seamaster 30 (My Pana che) was built in 1979n and when the standard stainless steal masthead on the wheelhouse roof is removed has an air draft of 9'4" when afloat. The Seamaster Club web site states that the draft is 2'8.5". Working on these figures it would appear the distance
from the bottom of the keel to the top of the wheelhouse is just over 12 feet. Hope this helps. Alan.

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