Rob simiriglio
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Recent progress - 47 Commander
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Found these PVC panels.Made the Island base and started to make the Starboard Sliders .  Tracked.Also used Pallet boards to make this Accent wall, they cleared.Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rob simiriglio 9 hours ago.

47 ft commander Flybridge removal
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HI Gang   So as Im in the middle of interior rehab,and of course the ADHD kicks in,  I was thinking about removing the Flybridge!!!Looks like its  "Easy" enough,  Screws, and all the gauges…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Drew Schneiderbauer Dec 18, 2019.

HAnd Rails

So I sanded top Rail  and bottom deck trim.   Here are some before and first coat today…Continue

Started Nov 20, 2019

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OK,   So where do the cables connect???   My flybridge throttle goes from the controller to the Port side in a Channel down to the Pilot house somewhere?  Hasn't anyone ever replaced their Dual…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rob simiriglio Oct 29, 2019.


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Which Commander model do you presently own?
47' Commander
Boat Year
Hull Number
Mercruiser Small Block Repower, Other Diesel
Home Port
New Jersey
Phone Number
Have you ever owned any other Commanders?
338 Commander

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At 3:24pm on October 16, 2019, Paul A Mathias said…

Yes I would like to see, is it in the marina in westville? will you be there saturday?

At 2:50pm on October 16, 2019, Paul A Mathias said…

Can I ask what kind of deal you made on the 47?

At 2:33pm on October 16, 2019, Paul A Mathias said…

Do you know the guy with the 1969 38' commander sedan?  It used to be named Irish Lady?

At 2:27pm on October 16, 2019, Paul A Mathias said…

I am in Holland PA and I keep my boat on the Delaware River in the Neshaminy State Marina.  I know where most of the Commanders are on the River.  Where will you be keeping it?

At 1:05pm on October 16, 2019, Paul A Mathias said…

I did not know that boat was for sale, I know he was tryng to sell his 35' SC a while ago and he was looking for $35K


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