It looked pretty much the same until it was taken just out of the water at Brancaster and some work done at which time it was renamed Tarka as it was going to be used alongside a man's tender he has there which has the same name obviously. So the lettering was obviously changed and new antifowling as per the usual. The keel was also replaced as the old one was the worse for wear and it was used for a few weeks. The owner decided despite it sailing very well that he wanted a larger boat as he is planning a sailing trip around the country and abroad so with regret sold it. It has gone to a new owner from Suffolk and is for now being kept at Morston Quay, very close to its previous home I believe. We wish the new owners who we have been led to believe have never owned a boat before the best of luck with their sailing and adventures with family, one of whom is autistic. I believe sailing and the coast to be very therapeutic for some autism sufferers. We have also been informed after lengthy discussions with the new owner that he is not a member of this forum. It is also worth mentioning that the gentleman who sold this seahawk has never owned or sold one before so this information was incorrect.