Seamaster 813

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Sold - Aug 19

Seamaster 813, "Zadok"

Boat Length: 26ft 8in (8.13m)
Berths: 4
Year: Believed 1972
Fuel Type: Diesel

Sold - Oct 19

Seamaster 813, "Anjo"

Boat Length: 26ft 8in (8.13m)
Berths: 4
Year: Believed 1979
Fuel Type: Diesel

This hard top Seamaster 813 is a well presented cruiser ideal for fanmily use with  a separate forward cabin

Sold - Jul 19

Seamaster 813, "Fire Fly"

Boat Length: 26ft 8in (8.13m)
Berths: 4
Year: Believed 1983
Fuel Type: Diesel

The Seamaster 813 is a very practical family river cruiser with economical shaft driven diesel engine.

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Seamaster 813 Further Reading

This development was a modern interpretation of the classic 27ft boat. This boat was designed by John Welsh and a departure from in-house developments. The medium to shallow V hull together with a long shallow keel allows for an easily handling cruiser. Several other manufactures used Seamaster moulding to produce their own versions. This includes Ardvark Aird marine and latterly Bounty Boats. The hull is still used today by Viking 26 with their 26ft widebeam. The factory built boat is unique in having through standing V berth configuration forward but with the shower toilet compartment extending across the width of the boat. A conventional dinette and galley area is further aft. The craft also has a square foredeck to offer more space. This model has a particular emphasis on reducing production costs, over 400 of these boats were made. The engine installation vary enormously from single petrol shaft drive to twin diesel. Some models had Volvo petrols with outdrive.

Standing headroom in cabin is 6ft. Length of V berth 5ft 3ins.

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