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Hard Dodger

I'm thinking of going to a hard dodger. I recall the earlier thread on this, but not sure that design's what I want, but if the dodger was actually installed, I'd sure like to hear (see) about it. Also, I'd love to know about others who have gone to a hard dodger on the 34.

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did you see this blog?
Marshall Design: Hard Dodgers for cruising sailboats. Custom designed and built

includes a link with lots of interesting photos
Picasa Web Albums - Steve - Hard dodgers ...
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Chuck, thanks. I've emailed Steve Marshall to see what he's got.
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Chuck, thanks. I've emailed Steve Marshall to see what he's got.
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In the meantime, I've run across this site for hard dodger and various bimini combinations. TARTAROOGA (tm) HARD DODGERS
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Here is the earlier thread. PSC designed dodgers
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Fwiw

We were quite pleased with the hard dodger that Jacques and Bea of Tartarooga put on our 37. There is a picture of the of it on their website. If one clicks upon the "contact us" link, our former boat is one of the examples on the next page.
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Re: Hard Dodger

How did you find Steve's email address. I like the looks of his dodgers, and hopefully he makes them for Catalina 42's.
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