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Old 04-17-2010
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Originally Posted by Har View Post
The V-berth is getting thick, but it's comfy. I have 4" of foam and 1.5" of memory folded over plus the Froli, so it's 4+3+another 2-3 for the Froli so it's about 9-10 inches thick just like a quality pillow top mattress.

I have good headroom in my cabin to begin with, about 6.5ft, I guess it could be a problem with lower headroom.
We have two Tempur-Pedic mattresses. We figure that, when we go aboard, if it will fit, I will rent a hot knife and carve one up for a berth.
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