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Old 14-09-2010, 08:41   #1
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Very Nice Trampoline !

Just wanted to put in a word for a job well done. Ordered a new trampoline for my boat, a 43 foot St. Francis. Went through Sunrise Yacht Products.

Multihull Nets and Trampolines for Catamarans and Trimarans, main page

I have to say the workmanship and the fit are spectacular. I went back and fourth a little on the color, but have to say that I absolutely love the end result.....Of course it was wood planking before putting this on. Still stretching it out, but I think when we are done it will be within an inch and a half all the way around......

Really an awesome addition to the boat... Thanks for a great job Sunrise!
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Old 14-09-2010, 08:56   #2
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I am surprised to learn these last couple days that tramps are not standard equipment from the factory on cats.

Looks Good.
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Old 14-09-2010, 09:06   #3
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another vote for sunrise. great product and service. warranty is solid as well.

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I am surprised to learn these last couple days that tramps are not standard equipment from the factory on cats.

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They are standard from the factory. It's just that most factories install really cheap crap.

We got a replacement tramp from Sunrise Yacht as well and they deserve recommendation. They took our order, sent the drawing through for confirmation, and three weeks later we had a new tramp. Three years on it still looks great with no signs of wear.

Thumbs up to Sunrise!
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They look great! Thanks for the recommendation - I suspect that mine will need replacing in a couple of years and I will certainly keep them in mind.

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They look great! Thanks for the recommendation - I suspect that mine will need replacing in a couple of years and I will certainly keep them in mind.

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I believe you can buy a paint that you can re-coat older nets with. I met someone that had used the paint on fishing nets, and crafted his own. Actually looked really good, and he told me that they had five years of sunlight on them at the time.
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I believe you can buy a paint that you can re-coat older nets with.
Sunrise nets are finished with the UV paint. It may be an extra.
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They are standard equipment when the design calls for it. Sometimes the factory replacement nets are more expensive than you can get from the after-market, or someone wants a non-factory-standard variation.
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