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Columbia 22 hatch

Hello,
I've recently purchased a Columbia 22 that is missing its original forward hatch cover. I am turning to the Columbia 22 fraternity in hopes of finding one. Any help would be appreciated.
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Re: Columbia 22 hatch

Try cruising the 'craigslists' of the hurricane zones... someone might be parting out boats. There's also an outfit in Bellingham WA and another (Minnies?) in SoCal doing some of that.
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Re: Columbia 22 hatch

There is a dedicated Yahoo! group - just search for it.

Also, this boat yard in Washington has a Columbia 22 they seem to be parting out. sailboatwreckingyard . com - I wish I could post links, but my post count is still under 10.
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