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Oi Maties, can anyone identify the make/model of this mystery boat?

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it's around 30 feet, and a distinctive swept-back skeg-hung rudder, well aft under a wine glass transom, and a funny 90 degree bite out of the trailing edge of the rudder. also a swept back shoal draft fin keel.

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A little hard to tell but it looks like either a Chance 30/30 or a Carter Offshore 30.

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excellent guesses, it must be practically a knock-off of the chance 30/30. Just found the answer, or part of it - it was built in bainbridge by Miller Marine. they did ted brewers Jason 35, and married/merged into Buchan. Thanks!
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