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    Where to get swim platform extension in Seattle?-gctid348667

    I have a Bayliner 340 and am considering putting an extension onto the swim platform to allow for a dinghy and still have room to move around when docking.

    I was at the Boat Show this weekend and was suprised that I couldn't really find anyone advertising that kind of work. I am sure there were places there that could do the work but no "examples" on display.

    So, if you have a recommendation on a place where I can get a 2-3 foot extension added to the swim platform, I am all ears.

    Thanks in advance.

    #2
    That's a tough business in that area because of the weather.

    I can tell you that these guys in Phoenix make the best platform I've seen, and I've had them. I currently have one from another company which came with the boat, and I'd much rather have the one I recommend:

    http://swim-platform.com/

    My boat is the one in the cruiser platform section.

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      #3
      SwampNut wrote:
      That's a tough business in that area because of the weather.

      I can tell you that these guys in Phoenix make the best platform I've seen, and I've had them. I currently have one from another company which came with the boat, and I'd much rather have the one I recommend:

      http://swim-platform.com/

      My boat is the one in the cruiser platform section.
      Thanks for the response. I have seen that web site in my searches. The product looks nice, though I still need installaton assistance. I see lots of boats up here with the platform extensions so I assume there are some locals who can at least do the install.

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        #4
        I had mine shipped to the local boat yard from swimplatforms.com. They installed it, no worries. Been extremely happy with it.

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          #5
          Installation isn't a big deal, so any local yard should be able to do it. The one from swim-platform.com has a balsa core so it's surprisingly light to ship. The other guys use something heavier (which is NOT good). Having had both, I very strongly prefer the one from swim-platform.com.

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