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  • I was unable to find a well-fitted bag for my H18 daggers... and the old bag I had was working on falling apart (dusting on the inside and tearing on the outside). After a decade plus, it owed me nothing. I couldn't find a vendor who still stocked a bag for the H18, though there are some nice Tiger dagger bags and plenty of Hobie rudder bags.

    I searched around for something similar, using the dimensions from DVL: https://www.hobie.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=13&t=7193
    sixteen inches front to back, fourty eight inches up & down and about one & one eight wide.

    I found a solution that works for me... Gator makes great soft road cases for a range of musical gear. I figured a guitar case might work for a Gibson Flying V (think of Eddie Van Halen's axe), but keyboard bags actually work better. I wound up ordering a Gator Case Light Duty Keyboard Bag for 76-Note Keyboards and Electric Pianos (GKBE-76), with 51" x 18" x 5" interior dimensions and about a 1/2 inch of padding all around. It comfortable fits a set of boards... and is still an acceptable fit for two sets of boards.

    I would rather have sewn up a bag, but time and skills were short, and I wanted to protect the gear better for storage... so I spent an hour working Amazon. I hope this can be of use to other H18 sailors. I used a 76-key bag and I think the 88-key longer bag would work well for H20 52" daggers.

    Randii (thought someone else might google this later)
  • Quotea Gibson Flying V (think of Eddie Van Halen's axe),

    disagree but don't feel the need to argue



    Edited by MN3 on Sep 07, 2019 - 10:27 AM.
  • Came with my boat but work well and reasonably priced.

    https://www.aquatausa.com/bagsboatcovers.htm

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    Steve
    Nacra Inter 20
    Okemos Michigan
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  • Indoor/outdoor carpet good side in. Whack it together with grommets or get a carpet shop to sew it for you.

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    1983 SuperCat 15
    #315
    Virginia
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  • gahambyIndoor/outdoor carpet good side in. Whack it together with grommets or get a carpet shop to sew it for you.

    that makes you a carpet bagger
  • Some bag is better than no bag. :)

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