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Manual for SeaFlite
Thank you for the offer of a copy of a 1967 SeaFlite. I saw the one page diagram attached to your message, which is very helpful. I wound up not buying the SeaFlite but would still like to get the manual for the following reason.
The lady that owns the SeaFlite is a spry 80 years old but can't remember where she might have lost the boom and the tiller. I have an old tiller from a Grumman canoe sailboat that I think will work, now that I've seen your picture. I'd like to manufacture a boom, about 6 battens and the rings that hold the sail to the mast (as well as new lines), and let her keep it on my shoreline so that she can sail it. She lives about a mile from camp on NYS Cayuga Lake.
Would it be better to copy and mail it? I'm happy to pay your copying and mailing cost if so. Here's my mailing address: Timothy M Taylor, 1104 Duke Parkway West, Hillsborough, NJ 08844. Many thanks for your reply.