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Adding a window to a Calypso 28

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I have been looking at a Calypso 28 and it looks like a window could potentially be placed in the stern sliding door as well as in the stern wall (at least based on the indentations). Is this really possible or a lot of wishful thinking? I know a stern facing IR camera would be cheaper but it wouldnot let much light in :grin:



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shouldnt be a problem to ad a window, but i would recomend looking behind the linings on inside to make sure there is nothing in the way, ie wires or structural grp reinforcment before diving in with the jigsaw.

Pics always help if you want good advice

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Hi, I have a calypso and thought about adding rear windows, it seemed like a lot of work. I fitted a wife reversing camera and leave the rear door open. I have found a small wing mirror very useful for seeing the blind spot when mooring. Let me know if you go ahead with the windows..

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