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Looking for my first love (in terms of sailboats). I'll never forget her...she was built in 1973, made in St. Louis (only sailaboats ever built there - designed by Phillip Rhodes), and purchased in Sarasota, Fl. Cruised in the Bahamas and lived aboard for 6 years. She had a dark yellow hull with teak decks and was sold in St. Petersburg in 1987. Does anyone have any info on the Sea Quests? Thanks!
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I have not heard of Sea Quest Yachts. You might do better posting in a more general forum. This section is specific to Pearson sailboats.

There are a couple on New and Used Yachts for Sale - YachtWorld.com for sale ("Sea Quest" in general, I didn't select by L.O.A.)

Boat Design Net - the Boat Design and Boat Building Site has a cached link to them at Seaquest Yachts - cached - the Boat Design and Boat Building Directory The link to www.seaquestyachts.com is listed there but is not functional.

That site includes a contact telephone number in the United Arab Emiretes. +97143384615 Good hunting.

http://boatdesign.net/cgi-bin/bdn/jump.pl?ID=7086

In the mean time - have you considered a Pearson?
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If you send me an email I can send you as much information as you want on the Sea Quest 28. You see, my father, Philip Bonzon worked on the design with Philip Rhodes. I currently own a 28, she'll be for sale soon, and have the original plans and sales material.
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