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Look at the browns and burgundy

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We got new interior sunbrella cushions last yr,,,,,, for HER bday!...........i did pick out the pattern........and color, which was suprising.

Anyway, she is thinking a royal blue to match the lettering and boot stripe colors. Not seing too many color choices at that site, hopefully the rep will have a BIG sample book with him.

It is nice with a white hull and a very pale lite tanish deck color, one can pretty much use any color. The one I want to stay away from is the typical blue you see all over. anything BUT. We would like some thing a bit darker.


Ok, so now that we have taken over and trashed the OP's first post........we should appologize for this should we not?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!














nah!

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Yep. Stay away from the blue. My boat is blue. My new canvas is blue. I like blue. Too much blue out there.


We didn't hijack the thread. The OP got good answers to his question. It's over.

Now, it's all about us.
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No worries. There were a couple of great answers. I think we will just do a loop around Hat Island and save the trip to Langley for when we have more time.

The name of my boat is Sea Sharp. If you see us on the water, give us a wave!

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BTW, Sunbrella calls royal blue—Pacific Blue... I know because most of the canvas on my boat is Pacific Blue.
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Just do not get green
What's the deal, you claiming a monopoly on green?

Moss has a prior claim in this neck of the woods.

What year is Sea Sharp?

Picture please!

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Here she is...

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Yep, one of the new ones. They really improved the boat in 1986. I especially appreciated the new galley arrangement, integrated cooler/step, and dedicated locker for the gas tank.

I had a 1988. #14312 What's your sail number?

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