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>> Home > Forum > Boat Specific Chit Chat! > SEA COMANDER RE-FURB.
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Colin H.
(Fleet Admiral!)

Forum Posts: 468
9th Feb 2018 13:43  
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Just started this re-furb 😭, I forgot about this boat, it was built in 1966 by my dad👍. Been in my sisters loft since 1975 and was only found a few weeks ago when she moved house. so hope to add to my harbour as soon as its seaworthy.👍 Biggest problem is the amount of fiberglass on the outside of the joints, old heavy duty stuff but seems to be coming away okay, will be coating hull in Ezicote and fine glass cloth.
At least it makes up for the loss of dads old Sea Queen.😊

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Fair winds and calm waters,
Dave M
(Fleet Admiral!)

Forum Posts: 1527
9th Feb 2018 16:34  
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Should scrub up OK Colin, doesn't seem to be much damage to the hull and clean inside.

Live long and prosper

Colin H.
(Fleet Admiral!)

Forum Posts: 468
9th Feb 2018 16:37  
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Apart from old fuel staining and missing cabin roof she is pretty solid.

Fair winds and calm waters,