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P 30 Bow pulpit meets breakwall

OK it was my fault, but there were these 3 beautiful women in bikinis and I only looked away for a second.............
Does anyone know where I might find a new bow pulpit for a P-30 ??
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OK it was my fault, but there were these 3 beautiful women in bikinis and I only looked away for a second.............
Does anyone know where I might find a new bow pulpit for a P-30 ??
Probably unnecessary. The son of the PO of our P30 smacked her bow pulpit into a piling. The PO removed it, sent it out, had it straightened-out, and put it back on the boat. (It's not perfectly straight, but most people wouldn't notice unless they were looking for it.) First season we had the boat, our slip neighbour screwed up and rammed our stern rail with his anchor hard enough to bend his anchor's shaft, seriously wrench/bend/kink the railing, and nearly rip the forward port side base out of the cockpit coaming. A local stainless steel place came out, removed the entire railing, cut off the part that was too badly distorted to save, welded new bits on, straightened everything else out, polished everything up, and put it back on the boat. Cost somewhere around $500, IIRC. Stern rail looked better when he was done than before it was damaged and you can only tell where the repair started it you know what the damage was and know precisely where to look.

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