Does anyone make bow filler cushions for boats?


deliver patterns w/cardboard and take them to an upholstery shop--pick your type and color of covering, how thick you want them, and they'll fab to your specs!! Satisfactory luck!


run patterns w/cardboard and take them to an upholstery shop--pick your type and color of covering, how thick you want them, and they'll fab to your specs!! Trustworthy luck!


Abundance will. Check with your local starcraft dealer. They may reference you to a local person to do it. If not, go to www.boatingabc.com and ask there. They have plenty of people that have done it themselves.

GFS medals, GA, PC, SCH in Stotes finals

By Tom Utescher

Last weekend at the expansive and historic Stotesbury Cup Regatta, area schools with sculling programs entered a total of 32 boats between them, and saw half that number advance out of the Friday morning time trials. Out of those 16 survivors, Germantown Academy, Penn Charter, and Springside Chestnut Hill Academy had at least one crew reach the finals, but the only medal that was won went to the youngest crew program of the bunch, the one from Germantown Friends.

For several years, a small but growing band of GFS scullers operated under club status from Bachelor’s Barge Club on Boathouse Row. This year the Tigers moved a few doors upriver to Vespers and, more importantly, their sport was accorded official interscholastic team status.

Under Aaron Preetam, a middle school teacher who had formerly taught and coached crew at the Baldwin School, GFS got three boats into the semifinals and one to the finals at “Stotes” last weekend, and the girls freshman quad came away with the bronze medal in their event.

Ranged from stroke seat to bow seat were Rei Marshall, Lily Zukin, Sydney Slavitt, Alice Daeschler, who were the only one of three entries from area schools to advance from the time trials. Since only 14 schools signed up in this event overall, the six qualifiers, including number five GFS, were moved straight into a Sunday afternoon final, skipping the semifinal stage.

Episcopal School of Dallas, Texas captured the gold medal in a time of five minutes, 48.48 seconds, while Philly-area sculling power Conestoga High School came next in 6:04.30. The Germantown Friends quartet won the bronze medal in 6:09.70, which gave them a five-second cushion over number four Ridgewood High School, which hails from northern New Jersey. Rounding out the final field were four other denizens of Dallas, representing Ursuline Academy, and a more local foursome from Agnes Irwin School.

In most categories at Stotesbury, the fastest 12 or 18 boats (depending on the total number of entries) advanced past the initial time trials on Friday morning. They continued to the semifinal stage, which consisted of either two or three six-boat races. Depending on the number of semifinal contests, either the top two or top three in each section would secure a berth in the Saturday afternoon “medal race.”

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