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Re: New to the Siren 17

Just reading the info here is very helpful to this new 1981 Siren 17 owner and I can surely put it to good use. My boat is in pretty good shape, but need to replace the side windows and seals. The front window is OK and may have been replaced already. Does anyone know a source to aquire the side windows and seals for a Siren 17?
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Re: New to the Siren 17

I have a similar question, although I'd like to replace the front window entirely, with one that can be opened. Does anyone know of custom window makers in Canada?
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Re: New to the Siren 17

I just bought a 1974 Siren 17 this afternoon. Pretty big project, but didn't pay too much. Had a few question to start:

1) any suggestions or sources for a mast tabernacle? The one currently on there is bent and I'd like to replace it.

2) Cockpit floor is a little soft, any suggestions on how to address?

3) Recommendation for replacement jib fairleads rubber grommets.

I'm a novice sailor, sailed some with my grandfather as a kid, but that's about it. Mostly motor boats since then, own a 91 Mastercraft ski boat in addition to the siren 17.

Anyway, many questions to come, but trying to get her ready to use.

Thanks in advance,
Joe

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