Seaworthy Goods Flotilla

Our Flotilla got way too big for this marina,
so we relocated to a fancy new website.
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Our new Flotilla is packed with
customer photos that can be
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You can search by boat, PortVisor™ model,
friends' name, location ... or browse.
Jacques & Ria van Heijningen are Dutch nationals and this
is their first winter as snowbirds on board
Ladyhawk, their
Fountaine Pajot Antigua catamaran.
"During the hot and
humid summers we store the boat on land and want to
keep some windows open for ventilation. Therefore we
purchased the PortVisor."
Malcolm Sandy (near Sydney, Australia) was trying to keep water
out of his new 2008 Mainship 34 Trawler when the ports are
"I tried the manufacturer (Bomar) but they had no idea
what I wanted or why. Your PortVisors are exactly what I wanted.
The friendly customer service, ease of ordering, delivery to
Sydney and the simplicity of DIY installation made the 17-RE
PortVisors perfect. What a great product!"
Bob & Bonnie James sail their 2001 Catalina 310 in western Lake
Erie, based from Catawba Island, OH.
“We are cruisers and spend
most weekends and an isolated week on the boat from mid May
though mid October. We selected our boat because of the
livability. The PortVisors have added another nice feature to our
all weather livability. When we are not sailing we operate a
small business – Advanced Reading Concepts
com) – that teaches speed reading.”
Peyton Perkins and Eowyn (Island Packet 350) are
usually on the move in the Pacific Northwest.
Besides serving as marine host for a Washington
State Park, Peyton also cruises in British Columbia
when he isn't home in Oregon. He is active with the
Puget Packeteers.
Ed Wernicke (Richmond, CA) writes, "The
purpose for us
[NOAA Survey Launch] is to
deflect water from the generator
compartment. When the boat is going
through chop the spray over the sides enters
through the vents and settles in the bilge,
causing undo corrosion."

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