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Cockpit Line Hooks

I like those cockpit halyard/sheet line hooks in newer Beneteau's. Round plastic/nylon disc held by one screw and line coming out the bottom. My older boat has bags and I'd like to replace them with these, but can't seem to find them. BeneteauUSA had been unresponsive.

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Call the nearest Beneteau dealer - they might be able to order it or heck might even have it in stock. They're called "Cockpit Line Organizers".

I had no luck finding them on Syselios myself (the Beneteau parts system).
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Actually, that was the first thing I did. I have a dealer about 1/4 mile away. They sent me to Beneteau USA. However, they won't return my calls for a week now!

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Call the nearest Beneteau dealer - they might be able to order it or heck might even have it in stock. They're called "Cockpit Line Organizers".

I had no luck finding them on Syselios myself (the Beneteau parts system).
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Those hooks are good looking but not practical. In my boat, they are arranged just where we backrest, making a less confortable nap. Also, any accidental "touch" and line fall off on the floor. I think it shouldda hold it tight, way tighter ........
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Just keep trying to call them. Inconvenient but the best way to reach them.
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sheet hanging hooks

I just found these on beneteauowners.com. They have then in stock. $6! Here is the link: Line Hanger/Organizer

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