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jflynn129 02-06-2008 11:48 PM

Interior Table help
 
I have a 1977 C&C 29. A previous owner removed the interior table before I purchased. I would like to build a new one and was wondering if anyone here could provide dimensions and/or pictures I could use in recreating one. I would like to keep the look the same as original which is why I havenít simply created a table to stick in it. Any help would be appreciated.

Diva27 02-10-2008 07:54 PM

If you haven't done so already, visit
http://www.cncphotoalbum.com/
It's a bottomless wealth of info about C&C designs, including scans of original brochures, do-it-yourself projects, as well as a forum for owners.
Good luck
doug
(C&C 27 Mk 1 owner)

jflynn129 02-11-2008 10:57 PM

Thanks for the pointer Doug, I have been there. It is a good site and they have some pictures that I am referencing. I was hoping for dimensions from someone, never hurts to ask :)

dreuge 10-30-2009 10:08 PM

C&C 29 table
 
Hi,

DId you ever remake a cabin table for your C&C? I just purchased a 1979 C&C 29 of which the previous owner removed the cabin table from. I too would like to find a replacement. And sugestions or help would be greatly appreciated.


Paul

Stillraining 10-30-2009 10:36 PM

Hmmm....Two tables removed...maybe you wont like them either?...Just a thought..

Always nice to be able to customize things to your liking and usefulness...nothing valuable with having a stock 29 CC per say.

Just thinking out loud is all..:)

Carry on!

dreuge 12-25-2009 09:38 AM

I found this site which has tables reasonably priced:

Furniture, Table tops, Folding table top, Table brackets, Hilo table bases

UPDATE
I found a local manufacture for teak tables. Prices are reasonable.

Home Page - Custom Teak Marine Woodwork

FDR14127 05-03-2010 10:37 PM

C&C 29 Tables
 
Well if anyone is interested I could measure and photograph mine for reference. They are useful for lunch/dinner in the rain. I suspect they are missing because they take up a ton of room in the original configuration but we modified ours shortly after purchase in 1986 and it has been a joy. We cut it so both sides fold down and you can squeeze thru on the port side which wasn't possible in the original. We did take it off when racing as the chute packers tend to sit on it while folding and stuffing the whomper in the bag. Its not that sturdy that it can take a lot of that. Give a holler and when I go to the yard in the next couple of weeks to launch I can take the camera.....


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