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Old 10 March 2014, 09:44   #1
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Northern Boat Jumble - Sunday 16th March from 10am
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Old 10 March 2014, 13:30   #2
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Hi, I have never been to a boat jumble before. I am in the market for a new marine fusion stereo and speakers am I likely to find one at this boat jumble?

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Hi, I have never been to a boat jumble before. I am in the market for a new marine fusion stereo and speakers am I likely to find one at this boat jumble?

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I have been to this boat jumble (twice yearly) many times and the same traders seem to be in practically the same spot each time. There are usually two or three chandler types that also appear online & Ebay (Nautequip, Sounderparts I think from memory) selling new electronics. You might be lucky and find one carrying that piece of kit but I doubt it and prices are usually no better than you can find on the www.
At best on new kit you might save a bit of postage or find something not quite new but you won't have loads of choice if any at all.

Sometimes good to rummage through the private vendors stuff though and new stainless fasteners and fittings are occasionally worth buying. Other than that just go for the experience and a bacon butty.....
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I have been to this boat jumble (twice yearly) many times and the same traders seem to be in practically the same spot each time. There are usually two or three chandler types that also appear online & Ebay (Nautequip, Sounderparts I think from memory) selling new electronics. You might be lucky and find one carrying that piece of kit but I doubt it and prices are usually no better than you can find on the www.
At best on new kit you might save a bit of postage or find something not quite new but you won't have loads of choice if any at all.

Sometimes good to rummage through the private vendors stuff though and new stainless fasteners and fittings are occasionally worth buying. Other than that just go for the experience and a bacon butty.....
Whenever I attend these jumbles I always manage to come home with a selection of stuff I don't really need, albeit acquired cheaply!
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Hi, I have never been to a boat jumble before. I am in the market for a new marine fusion stereo and speakers am I likely to find one at this boat jumble?

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leave your wallet n cards at home Gareth, just take some pocket money for a bacon butty, you know it makes sense
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Couldn't risk missing a bargain.... I'm on my way to rummage.
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