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Hi Steve I think you are right. I have been in touch with marine tech and broom , and just have a little more research and then will be able to confirm my  outcome mostly through the posts on this forum . I have an email from broom confirming a factory works plate in a photo I sent secondly marine tech confirmed it was one of two finished at Sancerre. As it was built over the resession. In the early 80s it is not  quite clear what state of build it was at broom. When it was sold it is only a guess that it went to Sancerre to be engined and finished off. Other suggestions  about it been a  the dash board says sancerre cruisers. Although it is a broom dashboard  my hin number will apparently  find everything out  but whilst the wheather the COVID have bean hammering us this year I still have not found it however a couple of days ago Iwa’s feeling over the blue stripe on the stearn and found something  under the paint about  1” long and 1/4” deep just raised above the gel coat. So maybe this is the number on the starboard side of the boat were it should be.   A long journey , but hopefully I will get this looked a has I have a survey due in this month so will clean off the paint while in dry dock

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Good detective work.  Smile

Steve. CM1 and NR12

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The broads must be the hardest place to research boats in the world with so many well known boat builders an companies involved in boat building . And generally handed down though the families


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