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Old 13 April 2013, 12:41   #1
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Country: UK - England
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Boat name: Streaker/Orange
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SIB Bow bag

Having managed to find a real Bombard bow bag I no longer need the one I have.

Dimensions are ;

60cm across back edge
55 along sides
25 across front edge
39cm tall

Various pockets on back edge as per pic (one zip is broken)

Mesh top section

Sides and front are vinyl with plastic panels sewn in.

Usual four loops to secure to a boat.

Open to any offers, but its a bugger to post so pick up better from Bournemouth, or I'm and down to Portsmouth/ Chichester in the coming week .

Pete
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Old 15 September 2013, 12:48   #2
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I still have this if anyone is after a bag and I have also acquired a genuine ( old and faded but still useable) 380 bow bag if anyone is after one ..
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Old 15 September 2013, 13:50   #3
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Hi Peter, this is Sophie, I'm on the isle of wight or the Cote d'Azur where my boat lives. Do you still have your bow bag? I have a Bombard Commando c4 and storage is a bit problematic... but of course I don't know if it would fit! My boat's a new (second hand purchase) and I'm having fun with it, but wonder what to do overwinter. Is it really possible to deflate these boats? I saw a Youtube clip, looks really easy (not!) but the boys form Bombard say they can do it in 10minutes flat. Otherwise "overwintering" here costs about 750 pounds! If I deflate it I'm scared I'll never get it back together again! Advice required and there's no-one around here to advise me. Any thoughts? Many thanks...
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