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Subject: Re: Use of Seamaster boats

Ian S
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Date Posted: 02:45:33 14/09/2013 Sat
In reply to: Jane 's message, "Use of Seamaster boats" on 23:23:40 10/09/2013 Tue

>Hi. I'm wanting a boat for use in the sea but also
>fancy travelling on canals. Can Seamaster boats be
>used for both? This might be a silly question but I'm
>only just starting to find out about boats!

I am a sailor but have done a fair bit on canal boats.

The problem with using a SM on canals is that all but the smallest has a beam more than the width of a lot of canals (7 foot), so it depends on which canals you will want to go on.

Grand Union will be fine but you won't get far on the Oxford.


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