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Subject: Re: Seamaster 30 50% share.

Raymond Baxendale (Retired happy)
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Date Posted: 00:01:21 28/02/2012 Tue
In reply to: Alan Godfrey 's message, "Seamaster 30 50% share." on 11:05:26 09/01/2012 Mon

>We have a Seamaster 30 moored on the Southern Norfolk
>Broads. We just love the boat (our third 30) and the
>Broads. However, we live in Kent and do not use the
>boat as often as we should. This is a shame and I
>wonder whether any Seamaster lover out there would
>consider buying a half share in the boat and getting
>possibly 70% use of her every year. Would be
>interested in having a general chat with interested
>parties to discuss the proposition. Alan.
We have been looking to buy a boat to use on the broads. Found the seamaster club by searching the net.Read the post to find feelings about seamaster boats and if we had a seamaster joining the club. We are going to have a look at the 30 for sale on the thames but your idea is very appealing as I take it would be to share costs of running boat.We live Benfleet Essex. It would be myself wife and son using it.We have hired boats on the broads and Thames.
also had share on narrow boat for approx 5 years till we got fed up with the locks and tight schedule to get boat to hand over point.I am also a volunteer qualified skipper with canal boat project charity on river Stort and take out disabled on the project boats.
All the best Ray Baxendale

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Re: Seamaster 30 50% share.Alan Godfrey (Happy-When boating)09:38:40 29/02/2012 Wed

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