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I think he's talking more about a cockpit enclosure, rather than a dodger. Most dodgers don't have mosquito netting. The Aquarius 23 is small enough that the cabin space is a bit lacking, and a cockpit enclosure would give the boat a lot more living space. Some boats have this as an option, like the Gemini catamarans have a soft-sided cockpit enclosure available to make more living space when at anchor or at the dock.
Your best bet may be to contact the manufacturer of the boat if they're still in business, or lacking that, contact an Owner's users group or association, if they have one for your boat. That is probably the fastest and easiest way of finding out how to get a replacement enclosure, if one was normally available for the boat. However, the enclosure may have been an owner added modification, and as such, basically custom for your specific boat—in which case neither the company or the owner's association will be of much help. Contacting a local canvas shop might be a good third alternative.
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a boat to the sea you don't love, she'll shake you off just as sure as the turning of the worlds. Love keeps
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