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well done

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Thanks Jake - good idea.  Smile

Steve

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Hi Jake,

Top marks on a new type of quiz matey.

See if you can guess this one (before the other smartey pants on the site do ;-) )

What type of mould of boat must I be on to fit this description (or just name a boat or class name that would fit the layout).....

I enter the boat through patio doors at the stern,
Then on my right is a sette/double, slightly forward of this is the helm,
Then I step down and have the galley on my left and twin room on my right,
Then theres 2 bathrooms, on opposite sides to one another,
Then ahead of this is the master bedroom with an 'island' (sticking out into nowhere!) type of bed

Any guesses?

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Hey Coriolis watch it mr!!

Or if I see you on the river my "stinkboat" (how wude!!) might just declare war on your badly crewed no sense of direction boat!! Ya cheeky monkey!


Smile  All the best

Dan

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Hmmm... Westward 38?

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Feb-09-2005 @ 12:38 AM                           Permalink
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Dan

I don't know the proper name but is it a Supermore (late 70s) type?

Steve

P.S. No - forget that, the helm would have been on the other side!! Back to the drawing board.

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OK - one of those high-deck jobbies that Ludham Marine/Broadwater Boats had?

Steve

Oops - that's a Westward 38 innit? Jonzo's already got it sussed!!  Blush

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Well done boys

It is the Westward 38 (Sedan), and yep thats like Broadwater Gazelle etc.



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it was my dads idear really Blush

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Great boats.. A very imposing design, partly due to the very high topsides I guess. I'd have one anyway.. Totally impractical on the broads but they look great.

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Hi Jonzo,

I's have one too!  They're a very attractive design, especially for there year, I think they're very smart & sleek looking.  I think you can navigate most of the finest parts of Broadland with them.

Have I forgotten any Westward 38's on hire - I can think of Tamar Bridge (but hate the colour combination), as I think now Horning Pleasurecraft have sold the Camargues this design is getting a bit rare.

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