Deck Hardware

Alaska Rubber

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5811 Old Seward Highway AK 99518

Established in 1980, Alaska Rubber and Supply, Inc. moved to its current location in 1981 and in 2006 became 100% employee owned. In December 2009, they opened a branch in Wasilla and also purchased Alaska Rubber and Rigging, Inc. in Read More...

Appleton Marine, Inc.

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3030 E Pershing Street Appleton, WI 54911

Appleton Marine has continued to supply high quality, custom marine deck machinery including cranes, winches, windlasses, capstans, hose reels, and other special systems for military and commercial shipbuilding since 1971. All machinery is proudly made in the USA. Appleton Marine's Read More...

Baier Marine

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2920 Airway Avenue Costa Mesa, CA 92626

Baier is the first name associated with commercial marine flush deck hatches, having set the standard for the industry since 1947 when Baier was awarded its first patent for innovative design. Baier was the first flush deck marine hatch manufacturer Read More...

Brass Works

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111 E Kentucky Avenue DeLand, FL 32721

Exclusive US distributors for Schwepper. Suppliers of quality Brass & Stainless Steel Locks & Hardware for the Marine Industry. From Door Locks, (USCG & Fire Rated), Levers, Hinges, Dogging Devices, Vents & Safes to Locksmith Services supplying Grand Master Keyed Read More...

Cleaner Cook

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13300 Bothell-Everett Hwy., # 676 Mill Creek, WA 98012

Even the sexiest boat doesn't look too hot with barbecue slop sliding down the side of it. Why mess around with greasy grilling? Bring a Cleaner Cook® aboard and get splatter-proof protection all summer long. No slop.  No splatters. No kidding.  Read More...

Neptune Marine Products

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5330 Ballard Ave NW Seattle, WA

Neptune Marine Products was created in 1987 by the father and son team of Bob and Ed Wyman in the Ballard area of Seattle. Building on an earlier crab trigger device they invented, the Wymans invented a one way entrance Read More...