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03-29-2009 11:16 AM
bvermeer Try Mark Plastics in Irvine, CA. They made all the original windows and hatches for a variety of boats built in CA and are still in business. I had all the windows on my 1978 B30 replaced about 4 years ago. Called up the company and ordered the frame type and plexiglass color and they arrived about 4 weeks later in a wooden crate. Great service. They are listed on the web although I don't believe they have a web site.
03-13-2009 12:36 PM
NCountry
80 Islander Bahama 30

What's the easiest best way to replace the hatch forward of the mast? I would like to replace the entire hatch including hinges and have something a bit more substantial than just pressing down against some weatherstripping on the deck.

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