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Old 11-03-2002
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I have recently purchased a Hullmaster 27 sailboat in Vancouver Canada and I am interested getting in touch with any other Hullmaster 27 owners out there to swap information and learn a bit more about the history of the boat. I have spoken to both Ted Brewer and Bob Wallstrom over the last few months and did get some information. I have no idea if there is still an active class association somewhere. There are two other Hullmaster 27s in the Marina here which is a bit of a coincidence because I understand that only 40-50(?) or so were ever made. Anyways, it would be great to hear from you.

Vince
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Hullmaster 27

We also purchased a Hullmaster 27 last spring and spent the summer up coast. Wonderful. Pocomania is now located in Deep Bay for the winter. Tried registering for the website but it appears to be nonfunctional. The only shortfall we have discovered so far is the small water tankage. Have ordered another bladder which we are intending to install ahead of the existing one in the port seat locker.
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Richard
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