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Old 05-05-2014, 13:33   #1
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Location: Wexford, Ireland
Boat: Seamaster 27
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Cabin sides lining

Hello all,
I'm restoring a Seamaster 27 motor cruiser. The previous owners stripped the covering off the cabin sides. I've priced vinyl lining from the U.K (I'm in Ireland), the postage is over 90 Pounds Sterling for a couple of metres! One local guy said to use carpet tiles cut to shape, another said to use 'leatherette' ( a type of vinyl, I think), stuck with contact adhesive. This covering is for appearance only. Anyone any advice?
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