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Old 02-23-2009, 02:51 PM
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Boat Condom/cover

Hey everyone my buddy who owns Canvas Experts in Ocean City Maryland just won the US Championship 2009 1st place for marine canvas (ful cover ) for a 39 Cigarette.

Just wanted to post some picts if any one is interested in purchasing one for their boat.

He is currently making a cockpit cover for my Midnight.

There work is Top Notch and they do all types of upholstery.

You can contact Mike or Dave at 410-213-8766 for info. They will travel to your boat.
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Old 02-23-2009, 02:57 PM
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Beautiful job!
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Old 02-23-2009, 05:30 PM
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Looks great! Fits like a glove. My only question would be can you trailer with that type of cover and not have to worry about any rubbing? I hear from a lot of people that have trailered with covers on and don't recomend it because of the straps flapping and eventually damaging the gel coat, but this one looks like you may not have this problem...
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His covers are incredible!!!!!!!! I had one on my 28 Pantera that Hot Duck had made.
The cover was great for trailering. It was probably on for about 20,000 miles of trailering.
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Old 02-23-2009, 06:22 PM
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how much do you think a cover for my 29 scarab would be
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Old 02-23-2009, 09:21 PM
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What does it cost for a cover on a 38 Ocean Express??
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Looks great! Fits like a glove. My only question would be can you trailer with that type of cover and not have to worry about any rubbing? I hear from a lot of people that have trailered with covers on and don't recomend it because of the straps flapping and eventually damaging the gel coat, but this one looks like you may not have this problem...
That's a good question, is there some kind of underlayment (i.e. fleece or the like) that keeps the canvas from rubbing/flapping on the boat's finish?
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Good question but........I dont think that there is going to be much rubbing or flapping in the fit of this cover. And yes the high end materials do have a soft like fleece backing.
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I'm in for one. I have a 32 Hydra Cat, any idea on cost and time needed to make?
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I'm in for one. I have a 32 Hydra Cat, any idea on cost and time needed to make?
You can contact Mike or Dave at 410-213-8766 for info. They will travel to your boat.

fireboatpilot.Mikes not a member just a friend, I can have him contact u if u want to leave me your contact info or just call him at the above numebr. Mike is the owner and Davis is the installer. They do beuatiful work.

The boat pictured is a OSO member and he has some other picts of covers that the paint job on a Tiger Cig is actually repeated on the cover is is awesome.
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