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Beneteau 352 Stern Transom Clamshell Vent Covers

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I am new to Sailnet but am impressed with the amount of information and support that this online community shows! Am looking forward to being part of it, both as a learner and contributor.

Also, as of May of this year, I am a new owner of a 1998 Beneteau 352. I'am currently working through a laundry list of items to fix/address over the winter mx season. One thing I am having trouble locating are transom vent covers. I did get some but they didn't fit properly.

Here are some pictures of what I am talking about...any suggestions would be greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance.

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Re: Beneteau 352 Stern Transom Clamshell Vent Covers

Contact Ward Richardson or Todd in the Parts Departmet at BeneteauUSA (google that). They'll get you what you need.

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Re: Beneteau 352 Stern Transom Clamshell Vent Covers

I'm guessing one of these would work. Just measure to make sure they are big enough:

https://www.defender.com/category.js...139&id=2290140
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Re: Beneteau 352 Stern Transom Clamshell Vent Covers

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Contact Ward Richardson or Todd in the Parts Departmet at BeneteauUSA (google that). They'll get you what you need.

FWIW,,,

Ummmmm, well, you are more likely to start with Debby in the office. Only the old timers like svHyLyte get to talk direct to Ward and Todd

But thats the place that will have them.

You jump on their website and try and find the part number and ring that in

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Re: Beneteau 352 Stern Transom Clamshell Vent Covers

Beneteau has an amazing customer support system and seemingly carries parts for pretty anything that they ever made and seemingly at very reasonable prices. It is one of the reasons that I tend to prefer Beneteaus over some of the other mass market builders out there.

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Re: Beneteau 352 Stern Transom Clamshell Vent Covers

Hey guys, thanks so much for the advice and information. I'll pursue your suggestions. Thanks again.
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