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post #11 of 19 Old 07-11-2005
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Went to try calling Sailnet again. However, I now notice their 800 number has been pulled from the address at the bottom of their web site. Although I see the number is also on the top right in front of the red boat.

What''s going on?

Are they folding up and going away?
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I am wondering about that myself. I used to have a sailnet email address now I can''t find that they host email addresses anymore. So don''t try to contact me at the email address listed on this reply..
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If you shop through their regular departments, rather than the sale link, you will see that EVERYTHING is "reduced," and that the range of their offerings seems even smaller than it used to be. In addition, the link to your "wish list" is gone, too.
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NEW SAILNEST SCAM! Ordered Adler/Barbour Cold Machine; Sailnet list $799.68 with 15%off= $679, sale price . Received Waeco Coolmatic 54, catalog price $618.80. Sent email to jmilligan@sailnet.com. Haven''t got crdit card charge yet but will stop payment. Contacting South Carolina Attorney General. FYI Sailnet address 3894 Leeds Avenue, North Charleston, SC 29405
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What is Home Depot Marine? Are they online? Thanks
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What is Home Depot Marine? Are they online? Thanks

Yes they are online along with an other "good" marine store "Lowes Marine"..
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Jim,

You must be a pretty resourceful tinkerer if you can supply 90 percent of your boat maintenance needs from the big orange box store! I have yet to find any shackles or cleats there.

I thought "Home Depot Marine" was your playful name for that big marine store named after a compass point.

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[QUOTE=TrueBlue]The cost savings advantage would have to be extremely attractive for me to even consider an internet purchase of running/standing rigging.

Hey, guys, I sail on the Mississippi River in the middle of the midwest --- So where do I find a LOCAL rigging shop? The so-called marine stores here do not even know what a boom vang is!
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Try by starting a new thread. This one is almost 2 years old.

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