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Greetings........ I'm new to this forum.
I'm looking at buying a little sailing dinghy. The guy says it's 8' long, I see it has a plate on it that says "Grampion Marine" with a Hull # 020. I've tried googling it and have found lots of Grampion stuff but nothing that refers to a boat that small.
Any comments or information would be great.
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I have the same problem... I have been gifted a Grampian dinghy, I have searche for information on this 17ft dinghy with very little success. I started to think that maybe I was misinformed about the craft till I found one for sale... Thinking now that I should have purchased it.
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while i havent seen one, for info check out the grampianowners.com site they will be able to help you, or ask on the yahoo grampianowners newgroup/thread/whatever its called.... i think its the grampainsailboats newsgroup
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