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#1 stmorin

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Posted 08 January 2012 - 08:04 PM

Hi,
We bought a 2006 236ssi in September and love it. We didn't get much time on the water because I had a lot of work out of town before it got cold. We live in South Carolina. My question pertains to the bimini top. It's made by Sunbrella and has the clear fron curtain that fits between the windshield and bimini top. It connects to the bimini top with a zipper. I would like to find the clear side curtains. The zippers are present on the bimini top for the side curtains. I looked for about an hour on the internet, but wasn't very successful.
Does anyone know of a source for Sunbrella bimini side curtains?

Thanks in advance.
Steve

#2 Wingnut

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Posted 09 January 2012 - 06:37 AM

Hi,
We bought a 2006 236ssi in September and love it. We didn't get much time on the water because I had a lot of work out of town before it got cold. We live in South Carolina. My question pertains to the bimini top. It's made by Sunbrella and has the clear fron curtain that fits between the windshield and bimini top. It connects to the bimini top with a zipper. I would like to find the clear side curtains. The zippers are present on the bimini top for the side curtains. I looked for about an hour on the internet, but wasn't very successful.
Does anyone know of a source for Sunbrella bimini side curtains?

Thanks in advance.
Steve


Call Joe Celano at Cecil Marine in Williamstown, New Jersey

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#3 The Great Escape II

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Posted 09 January 2012 - 08:52 AM

I would recommend finding a local canvas shop to do it for you. It will come out better since they will align the bottom snaps and most likely be cheaper.

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#4 dosmangos

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Posted 09 January 2012 - 09:56 AM

I would recommend finding a local canvas shop to do it for you. It will come out better since they will align the bottom snaps and most likely be cheaper. by far the best way to go.!

#5 CaptainZac

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Posted 09 January 2012 - 11:14 AM

Where are you in South Carolina??

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#6 stmorin

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Posted 10 January 2012 - 01:34 PM

Where are you in South Carolina??

Harry


I live in North Augusta and boat at Clarks Hill Reservoir. It's actually Strom Thurmond Lake now, but most of us long timers in the CSRA affectionately refer to it as Clarks Hill. Its not that I have anything against Strom Thurmond himself, I just didn't want the lake to be renamed. I mean, how about a road, highway or park. Not the lake!!!! #@$@!&)#
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Posted 10 January 2012 - 01:46 PM

I am on Murray
You are close enough
A lady here that made canvas for the local shop has quite and
started her own place out of her house.
She made canvas for me before she left her job
I need some more work done this winter
I will be getting her number this weekend
If you want I can pass it on

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