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Old 10-28-2020, 09:31 AM
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I have a small cabin I'm looking to have redone - headliner, walls and a couple of small cabinets - anyone know of anyone? I'm on south shore of Long Island
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Can you pull the cabinets out and send them to someone? I had a bunch of drawers that were falling apart so I called Boat Outfitters and Sean Snell and I'm having Frank Snell do all of my cabinets in Starboard. Local canvas guy can do the headliner.
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Not really looking to do starboard. Looking to do a gloss cherry
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Mike Carter Yacht Interiors - 609-381-2814. He's in south Jersey but does travel.
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For walls and headliner you could get material from Sailrite.com , I purchased the material and spray adhesive and the job it not that hard, just keep original material as a template (cut 1/2 wider and light trim at end), they have good videos on how to as well.
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Originally Posted by marlinmike View Post
For walls and headliner you could get material from Sailrite.com , I purchased the material and spray adhesive and the job it not that hard, just keep original material as a template (cut 1/2 wider and light trim at end), they have good videos on how to as well.
I'm considering doing this

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