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27' Sea Ray.  Flaps for screens can be made clear for visibility of fabric for privacy.



This is the perfect example of tying together style, color, and functionality.  And in this case, the name even ties in.  The reason why I put this boat in the Spring 2001 What's Hot page is because campers are "in".  Everyone wants to maximize all the available space on their boat, what better way to do that than by adding a camper?

Other than style, notice that there are screens that surround the aft cockpit area for full cross ventilation.  Another great benefit of this design is that each canvas panel is individually removable.  On a hot, summer day, the owner may wish to use his boat with just the bimini and camper tops up, giving full protection from the sun.  Or, if a member of the family wishes to have sun, the camper to can easily be folded or even completely removed from the boat.

And finally, the other "hot" aspect of this custom designed and finely constructed canvas is the fact that the captain can stand while piloting this craft, and with full visibility.  This is a very popular way of operating a boat today.


History of this boat...

This is a late 90's 27 foot Sea Ray.  It was rigged from the factory with a very low navy top of about five (5) foot head room.  The boat has a steeply raked windshield that reduces visibility.  The top ended in front of the radar arch and a few inches below.  There were side curtains and a back curtain that sloped from the top (remember that the top was in front of the radar arch) back to the transom.  It was too bad that the owner of this boat suffered so many years with this poor design.  Now it's like he has a brand new boat and has rekindled his passion for boating. 


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