Gotta say from my expierience £2100 sounsd way too dear.
Had a new Camper Canvas AND Tonneau done by Flexicovers (ok a few years back) AND all stainless work for a 28ft Rinker for £1700.
Was an absolute cracker! - I know cos I saw the old girl on eBay a few months back and the canopy is still on there and still looks like new! (about 9 years later).
I'd shop around a bit.
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30-04-12, 09:20 #11Registered User
Location : Bristol UK
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- Mar 2004
Last edited by ontheplane; 30-04-12 at 09:39.Why can't we work 2 days a week and boat the other 5????
30-04-12, 10:35 #12
Easier to sell vs get yr money backMaximise your effectiveness at work - visit www.bluestone-training.com
30-04-12, 10:36 #13Registered User
Location : New Forest
- Join Date
- Mar 2008
I cant see the problem here. Take a leaf from my book and use this rather frustrating canopy issue as an excuse to change the boat now!
Its (supposed to be) spring and boats will start to move is priced and presented well. get it on the market and find yourself another one! Simples!https://www.justgiving.com/howard-Green/ Forum Charity Ride
30-04-12, 23:03 #14
Don't spend the money on the canopy, in percentage terms, its a large expense, far better to knock a £1k off to let the new purchaser have the pleasure.
Get out and get the the new boat purchased whilst Debs is keen.....New website - www.rapidmarine.co.uk
30-04-12, 23:12 #15
hear you both loud and clear... I had a local lady do some work on the canopy for the Fletcher so will give her a shout again on this one and have some repairs carried out whilst we look for the next boatBeauty's in the eye of the beer holder
30-04-12, 23:30 #16New website - www.rapidmarine.co.uk