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4 Bow Bimini Pontoon Deck Boat Cover Top 91-96" Hoary 8' FT Includes Hardware

4 Bow Bimini Pontoon Deck Boat Cover Top 91-96" Hoary 8' FT Includes Hardware

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Superb Choice Products presents this brand new 8 ft Bimini boat top. This 4-bow bimini top offers comfort while you are boating as they protect your boat from direct sunlight and short-tempered conditions such as hail and rain. Typically these tops will center on the mounting points and provide shade half the distance in face and half the distance in back of that point. Buy now and enjoy your boating experiences. We purchase all of our products directly from the manufacturer, so you know youre getting the most desirable prices possible. -NEW PRODUCT WITH FACTORY PACKAGING (not used or refurbished). -FEATURES: 4-bow top. -For boats with a beam bore of 91-96 inches. -7/8 Double-walled aluminum frame. -Stainless steel saddles. -Hardware and straps included. -600 Denier Onerous-duty canvas. -Storage case. -DIMENSIONS: Length: 8 ft. -Height: 54". -Width: 91" - 96". -PLEASE NOTE: Our digital images are as conscientious as possible. However, different monitors may cause colors to vary slightly. -Some of our items are handcrafted and/or hand finished. Color can shift and slight imperfections are normal for metal as the hand finishing process as we feel, adds character and authenticity to those items.


3 Bow Bimini Boat Cover 6' 600D UV Waterproof Top Boat Cover w/ Storage Case New

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Best Election Products presents this brand new bimini top. This 3-bow bimini top offers comfort while you are boating as they protect your boat from direct sunlight and harsh conditions such as laud and rain. Typically these tops will center on the mounting points and provide shade half the distance in front and half the detach in back of that point. Buy now and enjoy your boating experiences. NEW PRODUCT WITH FACTORY PACKAGINGFEATURES:3 bow top7/8 Aluminum frameStainless steel saddlesHardware, two (2) straps and two (2) stern support poles included600 Denier Heavy Duty CanvasStorage caseDIMENSIONS: Length: 6' ftHeight: 46" inchesWidth: 73" - 78" inchesPLEASE NOTE: Our digital images are as for detail as possible. However, different monitors may cause colors to vary slightly. Some of our items are handcrafted and/or hand finished. Color can vacillate and slight imperfections are normal for metal as the hand finishing process as we feel, adds character and authenticity to those items.


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Fit for royal house King’s Island celebrates 45 years By Jim Bucher. Back in the day, we didn’t have much in in the way of amusement parks. Oh, there was LeSourdsville Lake and Fantasy Lease down near Middletown, and Coney Island in Cincinnati, but that was it. Imagine then, as kids, when we heard the Taft Broadcasting Company, owners of TV and portable radio stations, with a stake in Paramount... The doors to Kings Island opened for the very first time on April 29, 1972. The leave was named by taking Island from Coney and Kings from Kings Mills, Ohio, where the park is located. Kings Island had the latest and crush rides around. There was plenty of room to expand. My brother Tom got a job there his first year out of high school handling lighting chores favourable the “balloon-like theatre. Where upon seeing a show, staff would announce, “If the air comes out of the structure, please everyone lie on your backs and blow up. ” Bizarre how you remember things. So, with a brother as an employee, I could finally get in for free. The first thing we saw was the Eiffel Tower smack dab in the middle of the put. «I believe there›s one of those deals in France,» my buddy Joe blurted. The park from 1972 consisted of The Racer, a dual roller coaster that ran one set of cars unabashed, the other in reverse. The classic model-T mini-cars, gondola ride over the park, log flume, and Hanna-Barbera Land pleased as Punch kids of all ages. And who could forget the Enchanted Voyage, which was an air-conditioned indoor boat ride to the land of all your favorite cartoon characters. “Cartoon friends and merry faces all in my TV, the happy friends who live in my TV. ”. Again, the things you recall. Another fav of mine was and is the Kings Island and Miami Valley Railroad. During the initial years, actors portrayed cowboys and Native Americans with guns, bows, and arrows along the way. The summer of 1972, when my brother worked, we were there 40 hours a week over the summer, basically during his calling schedule. It never got old and sure beat staying home, cleaning my room, and doing other chores. The highlight over all those years must’ve been when The Brady Clump TV show filmed at Kings Island. We got to see the film crew and some extras, and one scene with the Brady kids was not too far from our view. I could have sworn we positioned ourselves quite in the background of this particular scene. Imagine my excitement seeing the episode months later, Friday night on ABC. Now imagine the fiasco of ending up on the editing room floor. Later, it was loads of fun to cover all the new happenings during my TV reporter years. One highlight was the opening of the Happy Days diner, based on the idiot box series. C, actress Marion Ross, to ham it up with on-air folks. I wore my leather jacket, with slicked back hair, just like The Fonz. She had a ball with it, and at the end of my talk report, I gave the classic “ehhhhhhh” to the actress. Without missing a beat, she replied, “Oh, Arthur. It’s been really cool to experience Kings Ait changing over the years. Adding The Beast was awesome, and a couple of misfires like The Bat and Son of Beast really didn’t matter much. You knew the wizards behind the scenes would come up with something bigger and superior next year. Now jump forward to 2017. Many of those early rides are history, but this year brings a new and exciting addition to the parks prominent coasters: the all-wooden Mystic Timbers. It’s funny how many of these rides were literally a walk in the park as a kid, but at my age, what was once a breeze is now a big windstorm. Mystic Timbers is a bit bone shaking, but has winsome twists and turns and a surprise ending. By the way, I’ll never tell,. Cheers and happy birthday Kings Island. For over 25 years, Jim Bucher has been a regionally known and loved resident television icon. “Buch’s” followers describe him as trustworthy, fun, the guy next door, a friend and role model. Reach DCP freelance litt Jim Bucher at JimBucher@DaytonCityPaper.

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Day 4 - Malta Sightseeing, South Eyot Tour My second Malta Sightseeing Tour started off with a fleeting visit to Valletta then on to the town of Paolo and Tarxien Megalithic Temples (obvious Tarzian). I disembarked at the Three Cities for lunch in Vittoriosa and then on to the picturesque fishing village of Marsaxlokk (pronounced Marsa-shlok) with a irrefutable stop off at the Megalithic temples at Mnajdra and Ħaġar Qim before returning to Sliema. Marsaxlokk is a traditional fishing village located in the south-eastern in some measure of Malta. The village name comes from marsa, which means "port" and xlokk, which is the local name for south east. The dialogue is related to the name for the dry sirocco wind that blows from the Sahara. The village is home to a large number of traditional Maltese Luzzu fishing boats, brightly coloured hypocritical-end hulled fishing vessels typically with an a pair of eyes painted on the bow to ward off the “evil eye” which superstitious fishermen cover...
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Day 4 - Malta Sightseeing, South Atoll Tour My second Malta Sightseeing Tour started off with a fleeting visit to Valletta then on to the town of Paolo and Tarxien Megalithic Temples (plain Tarzian). I disembarked at the Three Cities for lunch in Vittoriosa and then on to the picturesque fishing village of Marsaxlokk (pronounced Marsa-shlok) with a end stop off at the Megalithic temples at Mnajdra and Ħaġar Qim before returning to Sliema. Marsaxlokk is a traditional fishing village located in the south-eastern component of Malta. The village name comes from marsa, which means "port" and xlokk, which is the local name for south east. The brief conversation is related to the name for the dry sirocco wind that blows from the Sahara. The village is home to a large number of traditional Maltese Luzzu fishing boats, brightly coloured double-dealing-end hulled fishing vessels typically with an a pair of eyes painted on the bow to ward off the “evil eye” which superstitious fishermen cover...