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Red face CS36T - new pulpit

I just had an … ahem … minor accident, as a consequence of which I will need to replace the pulpit on my 1982 CS36T.

Has anyone here had one replaced? I'd like to hear your experiences.

Also, how does it work? Are they always built custom, or are there standard designs which can simply be bolted on? If custom, will I need to provide a scaled drawing, or is that something the vendor will do?

And lastly, does anyone know a place in the Bahamas (I'm in Georgetown right now) to get it done reasonably? Or will I need to return to Florida. Can you recommend a place in So. FL?

Lotta questions, hope it's clear!

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Holland Marine Holland Marine Products may have an OEM replacement rail. Be sure you work out the cois tof transportation to the US, and the fit may not be identical due to manufacturing changes, requiring some professional bending. When all is said and done, it would be quicker, and it may be cheaper, to have a custom fabrication made by a local firm.
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If you end up going custom, one option is these guys: White Water Marine

They have been recommended on here before. I don't have personal experience with the final product yet, but my order just went in 2 days ago for a new stern rail and pulpit.
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Thanks guys! I'll check out those sources and compare the pricing.
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