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Subject: Re: Seamaster 30 highline/lowline

Paul W.
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Date Posted: 13:17:05 30/11/2007 Fri
In reply to: David Taunt 's message, "Seamaster 30 highline/lowline" on 13:05:37 03/11/2007 Sat


You are correct in your assumption and there is a big difference. I actaully measured the air draft of a lowline last week-end which was approximately 96" (2440mm new money!)waterline to top of wheelhouse roof. Unfortunately there was a lot of clutter (radar, etc.)on top which rather defeated the object for that owner.

I'm sure that even the same types differ, dependent on engine(s), specifications, etc., but next time I'm at the marina I will check a highline and add this to the thread.

Presume you are looking to buy a boat that will get under lowish bridges!


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Re: Seamaster 30 highline/lowlineDavid T22:06:39 13/12/2007 Thu

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