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 Plastic panels for side of Carver Motoryacht

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harmsway Posted - May 10 2019 : 10:51:11
Lost the left side panel last weekend on a very windy day. It fell to the ground and broke in several places. Still have a small section to try to match color. Any idea where to have it fabricated? I live in Amity Harbor. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.Call 631-841-5773 Chris
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harmsway Posted - May 13 2019 : 09:38:56
Thank you for your suggestion. Island Wide Plastics in Sayville has what I need. I found their ad in Boater's World magazine.
pdecat Posted - May 11 2019 : 09:01:48
Look at a plastic store for some sheet stuff that may match.
harmsway Posted - May 11 2019 : 08:18:34
No it is a plastic panel that attaches to the railing around the back and sides of the aft deck. An aft cabin motoryacht has an enclosed aft deck. The top part usually with plastics attached to the Bimini and the bottom with solid white plastic attached to the railing.
pdecat Posted - May 10 2019 : 21:16:59
You mean window
harmsway Posted - May 10 2019 : 18:46:11
On the aft deck, port side
pdecat Posted - May 10 2019 : 11:16:46
What side panel?

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