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the archive is great on all their boats, but my point was the underwater profile which is distinctive!!! will confirm E 29!!
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Hey SEABIRD, you seem to know quite a bit on boats especially E29's. Have you got any pics of the interior for us? From what i can see, Beisters and E29's are similar in shape and style so some interior tips of layout could e useful
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The link I posted above shows both underwater profile and enough pictures to show the layout very well.
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Many thanks for that Mitiempo. Does tend to show what i am after.
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Hi Dave,
The Elizabethan 29’s are clearly defined by a lowercase letter e moulded in to the hull at the bow on both port and starboard sides just before the start of the coping line as per pictures enclosed.
Many thanks for the invite I would indeed like to come along and see the boat.
I shall be back on land middle of September for a week visiting my sister in Berkshire before departing to the Mediterranean for the winter warmer sailing.
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Sorry placed the pictures in my profile here on Sailnet see my albums.
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e29

Wow thanks to all for a informative set of links and info.
Looking at the pictures i am convinced that she was taken from an e29 as the hull shape is identical. There is no e29 on the moulding as we have the moulds themselves and i have looked.
We dont quite know what to do with the moulds. Maybe when she is finished and looking like the one in the photos someone will want to build one themselves
Anyway thanks a lot and i am trying to get to Poole this weekend to have a look for myself.
Thanks again i no longer feel as though i am stumbling in the dark.
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hello el malabarista, I read your blog with great interest as I am doing what you are about to do ,but I must admit a stupid error,The e29 I have is a yawl and the saloon was like the black hole ,the deck covered in curling tek dek and all together a mess .What I should have done, of course,was take Don Casey,s wise advice, keep sailing while you can ,but no being a hard head I ripped everything out and now I have to finish before I can get back on the briny ,The point I am getting to is that being just down the road from you in southborough I would very much like to see the yacht , here,s hoping
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Hi there
You most certainly can come take a look at the project i would be delighted. She is in Essex at the moment but hopefully work starts in earnest next month. We are waiting to exchange on a house in Eridge so we will be practically neighbours. It is very interesting to hear of your problem with Tekdek as we were considering it.
We'd love to come and take a look. Do you think it was poor prep, adhesive or the product itself?
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