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Topic Review (Newest First)
05-15-2014 10:21 PM
deltaten
Re: Replacing wood "curtain" with wood door in head area? Catalina 27

yes.............
and Ringo's posting pix of a door set-up is relevent
so ???
05-15-2014 08:44 PM
JimsCAL
Re: Replacing wood "curtain" with wood door in head area? Catalina 27

Seven year old thread.
05-15-2014 08:23 PM
Ringoparr
Re: Replacing wood "curtain" with wood door in head area? Catalina 27

I've attached 2 photos of a Cat27 i looked at recently. It had a great door set up which attached to the closet across from the head. Check it out.
07-30-2007 12:24 AM
T34C Paul- I got sea sick just lookin' at the pictures!!
07-29-2007 10:15 PM
7tiger7 Maybe I can find a wrecked Catalina at the junkyard and get the door off it...

I might just try to find a door that looks like that at some marine store, and install it with a piano hinge.
Paul - thanks for the photos (any chance you have the measurements handy? I know I'm asking for a lot).
Cheers
Phillip
07-29-2007 10:00 PM
Harryeod I have a 27 foot Cheoy Lee Offshore and the doors are a royal pain in the A$%! There is just not enough room to have them installed. I've decided to put in a curtain that I can roll up or push aside easily.
07-29-2007 09:59 PM
sailingdog CP-

That boat's heeled awfully far over... you really need to reef sooner...
07-29-2007 09:57 PM
cardiacpaul LOL, leaking windows. you're kidding right?

really, one of mine did leak, and I afro-american engineered them so now they don't.
07-29-2007 08:57 PM
geary126 I've got Paul's door, too. Which is to say, I ripped his off

Naaah. Catalina 30 door is a bi-fold door, slides to the side, cut short on the top by about 1.25"

Hey, Paul, on another subject--have you fixed your leaking windows--or do they not leak. I think mine have a leak, and I'm mulling over my options.
07-29-2007 08:43 PM
cardiacpaul finally, heres the photo of the head door.


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