Sealine canvas

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Is it possible, or even advisable, to buy canvas, as in cockpit canopy and flybridge covers, direct from Sealine?
If not any recomendations for Southampton area please.
 

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If anyone will be able to source it, Nick at Sea-Bridge Marine
will be the man. He supplies parts and trim for those requiring anything Sealine.

Many on here, including myself have used him, and his service is superb. He is based in Salisbury.
 

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Useful link Enterprise because I believe Sealine's own company Fibretrim were closed down a month or so back. Worth giving Fibretrim a call just in case they are still in some way operating. They have made a couple of covers for me to the original patterns, excellent quality and excellent price.
try
http://www.applegate.co.uk/company/11/85/435.htm
for Fibretrim address and phone nos.
ps Please let us all know how you got on.
 

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THE man in Southampton area is Jim Bowman at

JB Yacht Services
The Birches
Sarisbury Court
Sarisbury Green
Southampton
SO31 6AG

Tel: 01489 572487

He has made excellent covers for me for two Sealines and a Sunseeker. He has in time gone by made covers for Sealine at Swanwick. Many on these fora will vouch for his abilities and quality.
 

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I think Fibre-trim / master-trim are one & the same, I did mean fibre-trim for Sealine stuff, but as you already know they were pulled back inhouse.
It was fibre-trim who did my last canopy, sorry for the confusion.
 
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