Trampoline wanted

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samtheskull
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Trampoline wanted

Postby samtheskull » Tue May 20, 2014 8:51 am

There was a trampoline posted for sale a while ago for a PDQ 36. Can any one remember who had it please.
NEW OWNERS WE are now the proud owners of PDQ 36 Hull number 66.
We have named our boat Sam the Skull. ask google.
WE are John and Barbara Anderson from the Isle of Arran Scotland

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Re: Trampoline wanted

Postby windrush » Tue May 20, 2014 3:27 pm

Hi John. found this post from 10 years ago, but may still be of use!

Tramps

Postby SecondWind » Thu Dec 09, 2004 1:54 pm
We bought ours from Sunrise Yacht Products, 6544-44th St.N, Pinellas Park, FL 33781; e-mail: info@multihillnets.com; http://www.multihullnets.com ; phone 727-562-9288; fax 737-528-0351

They had patterns fro PDQ 36's

The cost of the net was $622.00 UPS 2nd Day Freight was 35.94

Terry Green
s/v Second Wind 36040
Bruce & Val Marshall
s/v Windrush - 36074

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Re: Trampoline wanted

Postby Lady of the Lake » Thu May 22, 2014 9:14 am

I tried to buy it but it had already sold so i bought a new one from Sunrise. Very happy with the product. Price was around $1000 for both panels plus the crossbeam strip.
Sam and Gina Densler
s/v Lady of the Lake
PDQ36 Hull #15
Punta Gorda, FL

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Re: Trampoline wanted

Postby Loki » Thu May 14, 2015 8:15 am

I'm thinking its time to get a new tramp - its not worn out yet but its getting rather frayed, but I'd rather do it a day early than a day late. Are folks still happy with Sunrise (multihullnets.com)? My old tramp is two part - is the one part design just as nice to walk on?
Jeff Morris, Loki 36072

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Re: Trampoline wanted

Postby Lady of the Lake » Thu May 14, 2015 8:23 am

Very happy with mine. Actually three parts, the two halves and then the long piece that attached to the crossbeam between the hulls.

Sam
Sam and Gina Densler
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PDQ36 Hull #15
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