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Old 12-03-2017, 09:29 AM   #1
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Senator Flybridge Removal

I have looked at moving a 31' Senator with flybridge but the boat yard is unsure how the flybridge is removed. Does anyone have any info on whether the teak strip which runs around the outside of the flybridge needs to be removed for access to the screws? or do the screws come from below in the cabin? How is the flybridge attached? The screws are not readily visible the the cost to check all possibilities is excessive. I am new to forum and would appreciate your expertise.
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Old 12-03-2017, 12:13 PM   #2
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I assume it HAS to come off? Would not just lowering the radar arch be enough?

On our old 35 Futura, I often pondered the assembly process while lying on my back under the flybridge helm station, but could never really figure it out. It almost looked like it was being held on only be gravity, but I really doubt that is the case. I never saw any bolts or screws, which kin da says they are blind from the salon below.

Sorry I am not much help here. Good luck though. There are a small handful of Senator owners here. I hope they can help.
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