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Old 08-09-2009, 18:01   #1
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Singapore Recommendations - Standing Rigging, Bulkhead Replacement

Time to replace a marine ply bulkead and the standing rigging on my 26' Maxi Racer. Does anyone have any recommendations or suggestions in Singapore for this?
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Old 09-09-2009, 02:59   #2
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The guys in Ponggol just recently did a refit to a Maxi 100 and it came out beautifully. Mostly topsides and bottom work but also some riggin and I think interior.

However, for this kind of labor wouldn't Thailand be cheaper?

I can dig up some contact names this weekend if you like.
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Greetings and welcome aboard the CF, Maxi Racer.
It looks like you've already got our resident Singapoerean (sic) expert (Dan) on the case. Good luck!
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Old 09-09-2009, 06:50   #4
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The guys in Ponggol just recently did a refit to a Maxi 100 and it came out beautifully. Mostly topsides and bottom work but also some riggin and I think interior.

However, for this kind of labor wouldn't Thailand be cheaper?

I can dig up some contact names this weekend if you like.

Thanks Dan

Agreed Thailand may be cheaper for this but she is in Singapore (she's actually Singapore registered - I used to be based in Singapore but am now in Thailand).

If you are able to digup some names that would be great - superb to get a response from a fellow Maxi owner by the way.

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