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Bow Pulpit Replacement

I have not posted in awhile as I am in the process of a new bottom job as well as replacing my cap rail and did not go in the water last season. About a month ago, the boatyard owner called me with the bad news that the heavy snow had caused the roof of the building I am in to collapse. Not enough damage to get hull value from my insurance, but enough of a repair I doubt I will get in the water this season. I am curious if anyone has a bow pulpit that is not factory original? I have an inquiry into a scrap yard in Wisconsin who is parting out a M382 as well as a fabricator in Port Huron, MI to replicate the original, but was wondering if someone might have a custom that they think is better than the factory original.
 

Travis

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I have not posted in awhile as I am in the process of a new bottom job as well as replacing my cap rail and did not go in the water last season. About a month ago, the boatyard owner called me with the bad news that the heavy snow had caused the roof of the building I am in to collapse. Not enough damage to get hull value from my insurance, but enough of a repair I doubt I will get in the water this season. I am curious if anyone has a bow pulpit that is not factory original? I have an inquiry into a scrap yard in Wisconsin who is parting out a M382 as well as a fabricator in Port Huron, MI to replicate the original, but was wondering if someone might have a custom that they think is better than the factory original.
Hi Northchannel,
Would you care to share the scrap yard info once you’ve gotten what you need? I could probably use a few little things...
 
Travis, drove 135 miles down to the scrap yard today only to find the bow pulpit still on the boat being damaged and not the same as my boat. I will be contacting the scrap yardLaMerica Bow Pulpit 1.JPG tomorrow as i also need the forward gate stanchions which were off the boat. Perhaps they have them in their warehouse in Green Bay. There is not much left on the scrap yard boat, but here is the contact information. I also stopped at my boat yard to inspect my damage to my boat on the way home. How it damaged my bow pulpit without taking out the bow of the boat is beyond me. Here is a photo of the damage.
Nick Plutchak
N & J Marine
Sales
nick@nandjmarine.com
(877) 235-8511
 
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