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Great Lakes Skipper boat supplies; new to me

Discussion in 'Technical Discussion' started by cleanslate, Apr 1, 2020.

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  1. cleanslate

    cleanslate Senior Member

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    First off I have no affiliation with this company, but I thought it would help some on here with the smaller yacht/boat owners on here. This is where I am getting my new TACO rub rail from. I have never heard of them before till the other day while searching the web for rub rail for my Ocean Yachts.

    Anyway, this place has lots of hard to find and not so hard to find stuff for production boats like Ocean, Carver, Larson, etc. Most of it can be utilized for any boat. From pre-cut flooring, to factory gauges, paints, hardware etc.
    Prices seem good. Some of the stuff is second hand, or new production run offs.

    greatlakesskipper.com
  2. Capt Ralph

    Capt Ralph Senior Member

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    Been taping on them for years. Great to work with over the phone.
    And yes, make offers. Amazing that they will come off a few pennies when they can.
  3. cleanslate

    cleanslate Senior Member

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    I did ask them to help me out I got $50 more off the price.
  4. Maxwell

    Maxwell Senior Member

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    No affiliation, but they're about an hour drive from me. I've quite often "quickly" run there to pick up small hardware etc and spent an hour roaming through their store aimlessly gazing at all the boat stuff. They have a little bit of everything including odd fittings etc that the other retailers don't carry and are a very knowledgeable family run place.

    Max