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Edema-Ruh , Seaqueen Print Booklet
Author: paull   Posts: 1   Photos: 16   Subscribers: 1   Views: 407   Responses: 3   |   Most recent posts shown first   (Show oldest first)
Edema-Ruh , Seaqueen - Posted: 25th Mar 2018
Had been wanting a Sea Queen for a while now and one came up for sale near by so bought it , wasnt happy with the finish as it had painted deck and black roof. so set about getting it how i had visioned mine to look like

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Response by Kevin-56 on the 30th Apr 2018
Hi really love what you have done to the Sea Queen. I would like to know what power plant you have. I have the smaller version, Sea Comander and it is powered by a brushless motor with 2 8.4 volt NI- MH batteries.👍👍👍
Response by jugge on the 30th Apr 2018
Fantastic boat
something to be proud over
Response by Donnieboy on the 1st May 2018
Beautiful boat.Great finish on her.