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Old 02 August 2018, 05:20   #1
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Replacement deck cushions for Zodiac Medline 2

Hi, I have an old Medline 2 (6m) Rib in Menorca and need to get the deck cushions replaced or refurbished. Does anyone know whether you can buy a replacement set direct, or whether you need to have this done as a custom job? Or, is there an in between where an independent company already has the patterns made up and you can order "off the peg"?
Any info gratefully received.
Same question also in relation to a new bimini.

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Old 02 August 2018, 09:54   #2
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ZODIAC will probably sell them contact the U.K. office and ask for local agents details. Mostly likely cheaper to get new ones made either here of locally in Spain? But check with zodiac first.


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Hi! I have the same boat - curious - did Zodiac have the deck cushions, or did you go with a local fabricator?
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Old 26 February 2021, 03:10   #4
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Wet Suits v Dry Suits

Hi there

I got quite cold this winter. I have an old sleeveless wet suit, Its a bit torn in places and I definitely need to upgrade.

But to what?

I don't think I can afford both, so should I get a Wet Suit or a Dry Suit. I've had wet suits for diving but never had a dry suit, largely because they are expensive.

What would you experienced guys suggest?

Wet or Dry?

What recommended makes?

How much will it set me back?

What other questions should I be asking?

Many thanks in advance.

CB
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Dry suit more versatile loads come up second hand
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Old 26 February 2021, 06:12   #6
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Hi there

I got quite cold this winter. I have an old sleeveless wet suit, Its a bit torn in places and I definitely need to upgrade.

But to what?

I don't think I can afford both, so should I get a Wet Suit or a Dry Suit. I've had wet suits for diving but never had a dry suit, largely because they are expensive.

What would you experienced guys suggest?

Wet or Dry?

What recommended makes?

How much will it set me back?

What other questions should I be asking?

Many thanks in advance.

CB
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