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Bimini Top Supplier?
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posted 07-03-2001 02:50 PM ET (US)
Does anyone have a recomendation for a bimini top supplier for a Boston Whaler 15'? I read jimh's article about instaling a Taylor bimini from West Marine, but wondered if others have experience with other brands or suppliers. I note there have been some posts referring to a "Mills" brand top. All suggestions or advice will be appreciated.
posted 07-05-2001 11:24 AM ET (US)
look in the yellowpages. In FL I have a bout 20 dif places that make or sell them in a 10 miles radius.
posted 07-05-2001 06:29 PM ET (US)
Where is the article on installing a bimini top? Can you respond with the URL?
I'm looking at Overton's tops (overton.com) You can get stainless steel for under $500 from them. If you click on "request a catalog" you get to a page that lets you look at images of the catalog pages, which are more complete than the website pages. Look at page 59 for the stainless info. The problem now is that if you order now summer will be over by the time you get the top.
posted 07-05-2001 07:37 PM ET (US)
posted 07-06-2001 06:52 PM ET (US)
Here is the URL for Wm. Mills Sailmakers, who profess to have some expertise in producing "canvas" for Boston Whalers. Anyone have experience dealing with them?
posted 07-06-2001 09:13 PM ET (US)
There is an interview with Jamie Mills from Mills Canvas in the interview section of this website, there are about a gazillion references to Mills Canvas in this forum, particularly this section of the forum, and there are a number of us Classic owners who feel that Mills products are the best available for our boats.
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