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Old 02-19-2011, 06:09 PM
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I've notice in some boats, in the cabin at the bow, they have white mesh netting that keeps items like fenders and ski jackets secure. This net goes over the cargo and keeps it in place. Where can you purchase these?

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Don't know if this outfit can help. They have a factory I drive by often.
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The pro-net looks like a good solution. Although, I think I am going to put one across the star. side couch running forward to aft instead of the v-berth.
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Yes, I saw that thread, but I'm looking for a white net that holds the cargo down instead of the "gate" method.

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I would try a car dealership........a lot of trucks and my Mercedes come with hold down hooks in the trunk to keep stuff tied down.......I bet they sell something you can use.......I think they are called cargo nets.........keep us posted......
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I used to go to a motorcycle shop and get a net that I'd stretch between the seats in the cabin to keep everything in one place. Not sure if that's what you're referring to.
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This is the type of netting I'm referring to. This picture is from a Cig in the classifieds.
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I was going to refer to the cigs also. I would contact one of the cir boys on here and ask them.
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I've notice in some boats, in the cabin at the bow, they have white mesh netting that keeps items like fenders and ski jackets secure. This net goes over the cargo and keeps it in place. Where can you purchase these?

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You can buy Nylon mesh fabric at your local fabric store. Have your upholsterer bind it, add snaps and sew it up for you.
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