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Giu... I've seen your pictures on line and believe that the weight of the table in the cockpit might be offset by shall we say some personal discipline while seated at the table!!

Hey, it saves weight...makes the boat go faster right??? all for speed....

By the way...we here (the Portuguese) are not the ones that go to restaurants and sit at the table with the baseball hat on, you know what I mean, right......

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Now "G" that table looks perfect for sitting around with your friends eating french toast,french fries etc.... oh no this is making me avoi faim must go get breakfast...lol
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Re: Cockpit Table

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I bought the binnacle guard mountings and hinges from Edson (expensive) and made my own teak table. I'm very happy with it.
Hi Richard,

I see that you built a cockpit table using the Edson hardware. I am about to do that as well. Edson apparently doesn't provide any plans or instructions. Did you build the drop leaf version? Do you have any plans, photos, or suggestions that you would be willing to share? Thanks.

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Re: Cockpit table: do it yourself? Plans?

I have found that this company Thai Teak Marine | - Teakwood Boat Accessories Part # ART.1304 is about $400.00 US. It is unfinshed. You also have to get or make mounting hardware.
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Re: Cockpit table: do it yourself? Plans?

Here's one I made, from 'Seaboard' (similar to Starboard). The Rakego strut works a treat (3rd pic) We put a nonskid 'tablecloth' over it so the visible screws are not really a big deal. When folded it has fiddles which is great for lunches underway.

It's 1/2" material.. doing it again I'd go heavier just for the stability. I had to put some stiffeners under it to prevent it's bending, I've seen 3/4" thick tables of starboard that seemed to have enough strength on its own.

$25 worth of Seaboard (offcuts from a plastics shop), $50 in hinges, Strut is around $100 (I had it given to me) and a few hours work.






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Re: Cockpit table: do it yourself? Plans?

My boat came with this.

Teak Fold Down Luncheon Table - 9-1/2 Guard 1 to 1-1/8 [761TK-95] - $576.00 : Edson Marine Store

Description as useful for cocktails or lunch is correct. Too small for dinner plates plus food. Nicely made however.
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Re: Cockpit table: do it yourself? Plans?

This is another dead post dug up 2007???
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Re: Cockpit table: do it yourself? Plans?

Yes, a REALLY old thread, but hopefully the new posts will help BillS.
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