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Sea Shells   Hagerty, Cohasset, Mass.

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ROWING-The Sea Shell moves through the water with little effort and holds her course with ease.

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BUOYANT-Even under the heaviest loads she has ample freeboard for safety.

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CARTOP-Light and easy to handle she can be readily transported on even the smallest coupe.

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OUTBOARD-The smallest outboard pushes her with ease.  Her slanting bow transom keeps her "head up" in rough going.

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TOWING-Because of her "V" bottom and light displacement she tows without yawing and is light on the painter.

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SAILING-An additional kit when installed in the Sea Shell converts her to a comfortable sailing dinghy.
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