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Old 05-02-2005, 11:18 AM
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Default Who sells docklines at reasonable prices?

I need to fit out the new boat, and hate the idea of spending the small fortune that Boat US or West Marine charges for docklines and the like. There's no docklines section at Trick Marine.net, so I'm looking elsewhere

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Old 05-02-2005, 11:24 AM
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I picked some up from www.myrope.com which are personalized. I like them.
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I need to fit out the new boat, and hate the idea of spending the small fortune that Boat US or West Marine charges for docklines and the like. There's no docklines section at Trick Marine.net, so I'm looking elsewhere

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I just bought various lines from TopKnot.

The service was great, the prices were actually less than WestMarine and the quality is much better.......
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Have any connections for some good bouys with covers on them? Looking for 4 new ones, black covers. I want to stow them in the engine compartment with the bouy brackets if I could make room. (At least two of them) What's a good size?
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Have any connections for some good bouys with covers on them? Looking for 4 new ones, black covers. I want to stow them in the engine compartment with the bouy brackets if I could make room. (At least two of them) What's a good size?
Leave the bouys in the water where they belong !!! People use these things to Navigate !!
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I'm sorry, I meant BOOBIES.
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Top Knot! 1-503-651-5668

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Leave the bouys in the water where they belong !!! People use these things to Navigate !!
is that why all those fountains end up in trees? duken is taking all the nav buoys!!!

oh yeah, top knot....
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I always wondered what those were for. I always thought they were land mines, but for water. I stayed far away from them.
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