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WesterlyPageant 04-07-2009 10:52 AM

Custom Mattress Recommendation
 
Anyone have a custom mattress company in the Pacific North West they'd recommend?
I've found these guys.
I remember talking to someone at the boat show and the price was half of what these guys list.

I'm looking to have a "real" mattress made for the forward berth. I've used foam in the past, but for not much more $ I'd like to shop around for something nicer.


Any leads are appreciated.

windward54 04-07-2009 11:06 AM

I used these guys for my bed. The bed was great and the service was really good. The factory is in Southern California, but they do get around and will ship anywhere.

Handcraft Mattress Company - Custom, Innerspring & Latex Mattresses - V-Berth - For Marine Environment

sailaway21 04-07-2009 03:21 PM

Here's quite a bit of info on the subject:
Berths and Bedding - resources for cruising sailors

quidam1947 04-07-2009 04:38 PM

We went to our local Mattress Factor Outlet and had our mattress for the v-berth of our cruiser custom-shaped from a cardboard template we gave them. We purposely made it a one-piece construction and wanted th same traditional materials as a regular mattress, just a little different shape.

http://i627.photobucket.com/albums/t...omMattrice.jpg
Here's a picture to show it (currently stored in our basement)

svsirius 04-07-2009 04:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by windward54 (Post 471933)
I used these guys for my bed. The bed was great and the service was really good. The factory is in Southern California, but they do get around and will ship anywhere.

Handcraft Mattress Company - Custom, Innerspring & Latex Mattresses - V-Berth - For Marine Environment

Also used these guys.. 5 yrs later and still very very happy. Also they will build in hinges etc so you can get to storage under the berth.


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