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Subject: Re: Seamaster/Vanmaster history?

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Date Posted: 20:50:36 07/06/2006 Wed
In reply to: Jo 's message, "Seamaster/Vanmaster history?" on 08:32:23 05/06/2006 Mon


As you say, this seems like a Seamaster 21.

There is a booklet that the club has produced about Seamaster boats and it gives the history of Vanmaster and the early days, as well as details of the sailing and power boats.

I dont know whether it's available to non-members. I can find out if you are interested.


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Re: Seamaster/Vanmaster history?Jo22:41:59 07/06/2006 Wed

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