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That's a great price on the canvas work. Heard anything about the stainless work in Mexico? I want to redo my stern pulpit and bimini, but I'm thinking about waiting till we get south.



Hey Patrick - sorry we're late on the reply but WiFi opportunities are few & far between where we are (on 1/10/2010, in Tenacatita Bay anchored off the Tamarindo Resort). By now you may have seen our blog post that directly answers your question about stainless steel work in Mazatlan. Yes, the price difference is worth the wait & Rosete Stainless's quality is excellent. All you need to do is set aside enough time for them to schedule your job - in the high season (Nov.-May) you may have to wait 2-4 wks.; in summer when things are slow, you'd likely get it done in 2 wks. roughly. Research your options, save some money, & new stainless will be yours!
- Marianne

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I've being researching about Boats and reading your blog, I found your post very helpful :) . I thought I would leave my first comment. I don't know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog!


BLP, thank you for the kind message. We'll keep trying to entertain as well as inform!
Marianne & Gary
s/v Gallant Fox
now at anchor in Zihuatanejo

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