I've just had a chance to look through my SeaHawk photo collection and I don't have any of a boat called "Lady Lauren".
Can you tell us a sail number, the name of a previous owner or earlier name of the boat, Reedcraft or Moore's built, hull or superstructure colour or any distinctive customisations? It would be good to know more.
Hi yes im desperate to find the history of it. It was previously called Trafs which sounds like a terrible name. I believe there is actually a photo of it on the steelwork section of this website. Its the boat with the blue non skid slip material on the bow. I will work out how to post photos of it on here. It was extremely neglected before i got it and 3 months of hard work has made a huge difference.
For the moment, I've lost track of who the owner of Trafs was in July 2012. Unfortunately, a lot of my SeaHawk emails from that period have got lost. However, I will email to you the four photographs I have of her.
Two were saved to my hard disk on 7 June 2012 and were taken in a busy marina, perhaps the one where you found her. Their EXIF data reveals they were taken on 14 April 2011. The other two were the ones I took at the Cam Sailing Club, Waterbeach, on 24 June 2007. I still have the trophy I won crewing a Sailfish on that day. I wrote an article about the day which was published in Issue #34 of Anglia Afloat magazine. (No mention of SeaHawks in it!) It's one I'm still to add it to the GregAfloat site!
It looks as if you've done a really good job of bringing Lady Lauren up to scratch!
(PS: I much prefer being emailed photos. The forum software downsizes those you upload and I often find myself wanting to to use a small detail from somewhere in the image on the web site.)