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The Seagoing 40. A New Kind of Boat. (1970) The Seagoing 40. A New Kind of Boat. (1970)

The Seagoing 40 Gives You More Cruiseability. Take a good look at the picture on the left and you'll see why. Her 40-foot hull is one-piece leak-proof casting.

GGArchives REF: BPSEA-002-1970-BW-AD

One Kind of Water, One Kind of Houseboat Hull (1970) One Kind of Water, One Kind of Houseboat Hull (1970)

If all the world was one kind of water, maybe one kind of houseboat hull would be enough. So Seagoing makes a hull for each kind of water. Steel. fiberglass, and aluminum.

GGArchives REF: BPSEA-003-1970-BW-AD

Basement of a Houseboat - Seagoing Boats (1980) Basement of a Houseboat - Seagoing Boats (1980)

If you had your choice, you wouldn't want anything less perfect than this one: the basement of Seagoing's fiberglass houseboat.

GGArchives REF: BPSEA-001-1968-BW-AD

 

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Bangor Punta Era

The Bangor Punta era, lasted approximately twenty years -- from 1964 to 1984.

History will likely remember the company for its tenacity in pursuing acquisitions; their high-profile corporate executives; and, two United States Supreme Court cases that the company was involved in during its short life span.

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