Download it here. The app is searchable in the Google Play Store under Sailboat Owners.
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Ouch that seems like a lot of boat bucks! So around $1,400 with screens and shipping? There has to be a cheaper way??
I don't remember paying that much, but I may have... probably tried to forget how much I paid...Ouch that seems like a lot of boat bucks! So around $1,400 with screens and shipping? There has to be a cheaper way??
No, they can't be removed; they're on the outside to prevent leakage. They're kept in place by Allen screws that are set from the inside--screw them in and they go into the wood, allowing you to slide the panels out. Screw them out and they prevent anyone from removing the panels.it looks like the plexiglass inserts go in from the outside. So if someone wanted they could just remove the insert, push in the screen and get into your boat. Obviously it would have to be a skinny person. Also, how do they do with rain? Do they leak at all?
Yes, they are; the doors lift off the hinges. When locked you can't raise the doors so they can't be removed while the companionway cover is closed.Longterm, are yours removable? If so, how?
Some of what you want is in the doors that I have; you *could* use boards if you wanted to, only I don't know why you ever would. The plexi is tinted, the screens behind fairly transparent from inside the boat.I would definitely like some windows (tinted) that could be removed for screens. I also would like to be able to remove the doors when we want to use the boards.