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Mast or Spar shops in Seattle area?

Hi,

I was wondering if anyone knew of a mast/spar shop in the Seattle area that could either fix a bend in my mast (20' loa, 2" x 3" cross-section, 1 1/2" max deflection, not kinked) or make a new mast for me?

Thanks,

Christine
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If you can find a 48North, or look online in the adds, there is rigger that is just east of the locks on the ship canal. He is in the same yard as seaview or csr. "windriggers" is ringing a bell, but probably wrong on that.

Otherwise, the next closest is up in Anacortes to my knowledge.

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"Yacht Riggers" is who you should call. 206-282-7737 They are based in the Seaview boatyard.
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