Post a few pics of the mangled one, including a tape measure or something for scale in each pic. It may be fixable, if not in the long term, in the interim. At least until you get the boat somewhere that welding such things is common.
The other option is to draw, to scale, a footprint of your foredeck. And then start looking at other pulpit designs which might work. And or, seeing what pulpit from another vessel would fit. Since used boat gear
places, & boatyards
have loads of them.
Also, nothing says that the pulpit has to be all one piece, nor a complex 3-dimensional item. As on a lot of racing
boats there's a linear tubing rail on each side of the bow. Which amounts to a 3-sided trapezoid on either side of the boat, with deck
leg reinforcements/braces. Some with connecting pieces up front, others not. And the connecting pieces on some are detachable, or connected with lugs so that the central bars/tubes can be detached & reattached at will. Or you can use stainless rigging
wire, or Spectra to connect the two sides together, out in front of the forestay.
Look for examples of custom lugs for connecting tubing anyplace that builds old school
custom bicycle frames using high end tubing. They've been built that way since before welding was common, & in fact still are brazed on in order to build bike frames. It's an iddea source anway. And brazed, lugged joints are stronger than is the tubing.
You can also use gussets at any critical joints, in lieu of, or in addition to, seamless welded joints. They're a lot stronger & simpler to do. Or even metal "biscut joints" to align the pieces of tubing while it's being welded. Which will also add strength to the joints.
See examples via custom, artisan/botique blacksmith shops, & metal artists. Any & all of them do these kinds of things, in a whole variety of metals.
So there are a LOT of much, much cheaper options out there. Peruse www.jboats.com
for some ideas, as well as www.yachtworld.com
for more views of bow pulpits on racers. And there are plenty of other online sources of images
. Which, assuming that you don't find a used pulpit that you can adapt to your boat, or a set of "parallel" bars as described above, then you'll have plenty of image ideas to work with, to generate a simpler, & more functional
Also, if there's anyone local who can bend tubing, then having a bar made for each side of the bow is pretty much the way to go. Then you only need to add a cross brace or three in a couple of locations. Which can be done sans welding, by using lugs, & clamp on connections. Or again, rigging
wire, spectra, or even stainless chain.
Think outside of the box
PS: You can probably even find a nautical, stainless custom fab guy who has an online album of various projects from which you can draw ideas. And I'm guessing that lots of the spar manufacturers & resellers also have similar catalogs online.
Also, in a pinch, you can use square tubing. And plenty of custom, & or racing
boats have the legs of the pulpits attached to the hull
sides. With custom welded on feet. Or slotted into off the shelf brackets that bolt onto the hull
Would you be comfortable with a custom carbon fiber pulpit? Some racing boats have them, & plenty of bike frames are made from the stuff. So it'd be easy to find sources for tubing & lugs. Or a bicycle builder
who'd take on the job.