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Subject: Re: Seamaster 27 general tips


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Alan
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Date Posted: 18:31:07 24/11/2007 Sat
In reply to: birthe liljedahl 's message, "Re: Seamaster 27 general tips" on 22:48:13 17/07/2007 Tue

>>>Hi Alan
>
>We have a seamaster 27 from 79, the windows is`nt
>good, when it is raining ther come water in the boat.
>Do you have a good way to threat the windows, will it
>be possible to take out the windows for repair them?
>
>Kindly regards
>
>Birthe Liljedahl

Birthe, sorry i missed your post I was made redundant shortly after i made my original post, and had to put my plans on hold. I never did buy that Seamaster, but I now have a new job, and a few grand more available, so I'm back.

(the advice i give is general, not seamaster specific)

On most boats It's possible to take out the frames, and get them resealed / glazed, any competent glazing firm should be able to do the work. Suprisingly the Norman boats appreciation society members recommend RAC auto windscreens plant division.

there are also specialist boat glazing firms, but beware the dreaded "marine" price hike.

if it's leaking round the seals, you can try captain Tolley's creeping crack cure. I've heard good reports about it. see here for a stockist. (I have never used this so cannot recommend it personally)

http://www.boatsnbits.co.uk/acatalog/Online_Catalogue_Resins__Glues___Sealants_58.html#a485

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