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I've been looking for a new project to occupy my time for the summer and have acquired a Seafarer 24. The boat is in real good shape for her age and has all the parts needed to be put back in shape. I have some hull work because the boat was filled with water and the weight pushing down on the blocking caused the keel to crack. I am able to access the area from the interior so should be relatively easy repair tho time consuming. Flickr: Seafarer24's Photostream

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Beautiful Boat! Have fun! Projects are good things, they keep the voices in my head quiet...

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Those are great boats, my father had one. Quite fast as I recall.

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