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    mike reid is offline New User
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    Default can anyone identify the make and model of this boat?

    i can`t find an identification plate on this boat i have just bought. i would be gratefull if anyone can give me any info ie. make, model, how many passengers max outboard etc. looks like it may be a pilot 17, but i can`t find a website for them!
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    Hi and welcome.
    As no one has answered you yet - which is rare on here - I'll guess at a Seahog of some sort.
    That is probably wrong but may lead to someone correcting me.

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    mike reid is offline New User
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    thanks for that, any info is greatly appreciated
    mike

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    Regards, Alf

    I've stopped drinking water .... I have seen what it does to the bottom of our boat!

    "The only time you have too much fuel is when you're on fire."

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    Nah, it's not one of those, surely? Hull is different shape at the bows and the topsides aren't the same profile.
    But then again, I may be wrong!!
    I've seen many examples of both but I'm damned if I can remember the name of the OP's version.
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    mike reid is offline New User
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    Default boooaaats!

    thanks once again, looks like we are getting closer. if i can identify it i can visit the manufacturers site and get details!
    mike

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    Deffo not a Pilot, not sure about these?
    http://www.seahog.co.uk/Boats.htm

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    http://i190.photobucket.com/albums/z.../P8270014a.jpg

    had a search and found this above. looks so like it from that angle! thats what made me think it was a pilot. had a look at the seahog photos and none of them are close!

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    Seahog Trio 144 Day Cruiser ?
    In a recent survey it was discovered that 3 out of 4 people make up 75% of the population

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    mike reid is offline New User
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    cheers buddy, you have got it.
    many thanks to all out there who were looking
    mike
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