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Marine canvas northern NJ/Newport RI area

Does anyone have good (or not good for that matter) reports on canvas companies. I will be getting a new dodger/bimini/enclosure and obviously would like a really good job done. The boat is in northern NJ (NYC area) and I could get it done here or we will be in Rhode Island/eastern CT area next summer and could get it done there.

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Yes.....Try here http://www.thecanvasstore.com/Default.htm I've dealt with them and have had excellent results. You can ask for Rebecca...Good Luck!
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Pelican Canvas in Newport does excellent work at reasonable rates. Low overhead and short staff means early orders are necessary for time-sensitive schedules - but, I am a believer in using the services of local, small businesses.

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