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  • #41134
    Anonymous
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    Hello

    Do you now where the portlights of the afdeck of the mk 2 are made (4 per boat wich opens tot he outside dim 530×170 mm outside)

    Sincerely

    G Uytterhaegen (info@kasimir.be)

    Ps as you can see on the foto some things are still missing….

    #41461
    Anonymous
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    Now with photo

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    #41466
    39Schuss
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    Hi Richard.
    They were originally made in Sweden but to the best of my knowledge the only supplier now is Ertec in Danmark. I don’t have their contact details but if you google them all the info is on line.
    Hope that helps
    George Crowe

    #41469
    39Schuss
    Participant

    Hi again Richard

    Its http://www.ertec.dk

    Originals were made by N.N Berg of Danmark then Ertec Norway and now Ertec Danmark.

    Brgds
    George Crowe

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    #41476
    39Schuss
    Participant

    in 2018 a portlight was 2976 DKK for clear glass and P&P 350DKK
    they have to know the hull thickness
    check nauticat.net for surplus stock from the yard (which has gone bankrupt by the way)

    #45149
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Just a heads up on a recent lesson that I learned related to the ports on my NC 33 – vintage 1987.

    I have started to see some crazing on my ports both on the aft cabin and the fore cabin. Some research revealed that the port material is an acrylic or poly-carbonate material and should not be cleaned with any ammonia or vinegar based window cleaning solution (like windex here in the USA). The mild acid in these cleaners will react with the acrylic and induce crazing & cloudiness.

    Anyway the pilot house is apparently toughened marine glass and not susceptible.

    Hope this helps prevent someone from making the same mistake.

    #45502
    Anonymous
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    #45914
    Mantas Zalatorius
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    Is the portlights the same size and dimensions even on Nauticat 35?

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