A little help if you can.... (identify this powerboat)

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  1. Little miss
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    Little miss Junior Member

    New to all this so aploygise in advance for many silly questions that will undoubtly come shortly. Recently purchased a boat but had no idea as to the make or model .... Any help suggestions or clues will be glady taken on board ;)
     

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  2. tunnels

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    Some more good clear detailed pictures of the boat could help !! side and stern shots !! inboard ?outboard ?what about the interior ??
    The more info the better and easyer i would be to identify !!:confused::?:
     
  3. PAR
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    PAR Yacht Designer/Builder

    Looks like an older MacGreggor, judging by the styling, but the picture isn't offering a lot of information. Lastly, don't apologize for asking a question(s), you'll never get what you don't ask for . . .
     
  4. Richard Woods
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    Assuming the poster lives in Belfast NI I would assume it was an old UK built boat?

    Richard Woods
     
  5. Mr Efficiency
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    I'm intrigued as to what is causing the boat to fall over !
     
  6. PAR
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    It does have a skipper and an outboard to starboard, possibly a fuel tank and battery(s) too.
     
  7. tunnels

    tunnels Previous Member

    Maybe easer to track down the skipper and ask him !! or her try and find the location with digital imaging and the cloud pattern could give the day and the shadows culd give the time of day it was taken so the person taking the picture could be found as well . :D:p
     
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    Maybe it's Big Mama driving the boat ?
     
  9. tunnels

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    Your mama is driving the boat?? why didnt you say so !!
    :idea:
     
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  11. Little miss
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    Little miss Junior Member

    More photos as requested :)

    Thanks guys oh and FYI I'm the big mama taking the pictures and I am based in Northern Ireland :)
     

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    The engine evinrude fully serviced and running like a dream ...
    Tunnels you're hilarious...
     
  13. Little miss
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    Little miss Junior Member

    Can some one let me know if all the photos up loaded or just one?
     
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  15. PAR
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    Yeah, that's sort of what we think too . . . :p
     
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