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Subject: Re: is my boat a Seamaster

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Date Posted: 09:40:55 29/04/2013 Mon
In reply to: derek 's message, "is my boat a Seamaster" on 10:54:14 22/04/2013 Mon

Hi and welcome to boating, I hope you enjoy it as much as we do.

I'm afraid to say that your boat definitely isn't a Seamaster, although its difficult to see the length from that picture I'm sure that it's a Teal Inlander.
You don't see too many of them around as they were not sold in as high numbers as seamaster, freeman and Norman etc, but Atlanta bought the shell and you can still see Atlanta 24's out and about, albeit with white grip instead of the colours Teal used.

Hope ths helps.


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