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Beachcomber 10m or 34 foot...info needed

Hey All,
I am looking at purchasing a Beachcomber 34 foot yacht here in Australia, but struggle to find any info on them...I think there was a USA company in Florida that designed them though this particular yacht was built in Brisbane, Australia...if anyone has any information or pointers about them, please do let me know..thank you in advance
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Re: Beachcomber 10m or 34 foot...info needed

Might it be a Sandpiper 32, made by Marine Innovators of Clearwater, Florida? They made a smaller boat called the Beachcomber 25 too, both boats designed by Walt Scott.

Marine Innovators Inc. brochures

Sandpiper 32 Sharpie, 1978, Aransas Pass, Texas, sailboat for sale from Sailing Texas, yacht for sale

Sandpiper 32, 1979, St. Petersburg, Florida, sailboat for sale from Sailing Texas
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