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bottom job/rigging

Hi folks,

Does anyone know a good place in or near central FL to get a bottom job? And how much it might cost (for a 22'' Catalina).

Ditto for replacing the standing rigging.....
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bottom job/rigging

On my Cal 22 I just had the standing rigging and lifelines replaced by Sailnet for $500.

The headstay was changed a couple of years ago when the furler was added so I did not replace it but maybe this will give you an idea.

The new and the old rigging is still in a box as the boat is in winter storage. I did compare pieces to pieces and it all looks good...hope it still does when the re-rig starts this spring.

John
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