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Old 25-07-2008, 05:36   #1
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Some time ago I saw a thread where a guy did a project where he built new hatches covers with teak frames and a smoked Lexan cover.

I just spent 2 hrs searching for this thread and still haven't found it does anyone know where I can find it?

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Some time ago I saw a thread where a guy did a project where he built new hatches covers with teak frames and a smoked Lexan cover.
Are you intending to build or re-build:
- hatches
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Old 25-07-2008, 11:22   #3
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A friend of mine just purchased a 1970 Coronado 25 and was having it delivered via truck. While in route she had a hatch cover blow off. I'm trying to get some post together to show her a few possibilities.

The hatch cover.
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A friend of mine just purchased a 1970 Coronado 25 and was having it delivered via truck. While in route she had a hatch cover blow off. I'm trying to get some post together to show her a few possibilities.

The hatch cover.
A wise choice in boats.

Which hatch? I might have a spare.
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Which hatch? I might have a spare.
I haven't seen the boat yet, so I had to call her. I thought there was only one hatch aside from the compainionway.

Where are you located at. She's on the Ches too............... In Maryland.
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Some time ago I saw a thread where a guy did a project where he built new hatches covers with teak frames and a smoked Lexan cover.

I just spent 2 hrs searching for this thread and still haven't found it does anyone know where I can find it?

Thanks
Yer want to use this search facility (not the one in the "tool bar" above):-

http://www.cruisersforum.com/forums/...rum-13704.html

Not sure if this thread is "it"........

Forward hatches?
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This might help :

Pearson Triton #381 Glissando | Portlights and Hatches
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I haven't seen the boat yet, so I had to call her. I thought there was only one hatch aside from the compainionway.

Where are you located at. She's on the Ches too............... In Maryland.

There is a foreward hatch in the V-Berth. The lazzerette hatch on the stern, the two cockpit hatches and of course the main hatch in the companion way.

The boat is near Baltimore.
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I just spole with her again. She was out of town onpersonal business and wasn't able to be there wen the boat was delivered. So after double checking it is the hatch over the companion way.
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I've got to stop posting before I get that first cup of coffee finished. Let's see.....
"Spoke" with her.....
"When" the boat was.....
Main Slliding hatch over.......
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Bill... thanks for starting this thread. Yes, it is the main hatch over the Companionway.
My boat, a 1970 Coronado 25 is in St. Marys county at the old Dennis Point Marina,
Frank, where in Baltimore is your boat?

Any and all suggestions are much appreciated, she is my first boat.

cant wait to here if you have a hatch available..
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Welcome aboard Bonnie.
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Thanks Bill... I have been lurking a while but am certain I will check this thread for updates
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I may have one available soon.

I will PM you when I know.
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I may have one available soon.

I will PM you when I know.
That would be absolutly great. I'll be waitng.
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