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You could always attach a piece of genoa track to the compression post, and have a local machine shop make you up a car that attaches to the rails and supports one end of the table. That way you can move it up and down, using pinstops.
A variation on the theme I used to have my Chartplotter visable from every angle anywhere in the cockpit. I'm a Starboard fan as you can see from all the additions but I think a couple track cars could be made to hold or at least to help hold a table with some Starboard or metal (if needed) framing.
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My friend's boat has boom on a sliding gooseneck that is rigged in a very similar fashion, and in this case we'd have a table instead of the boom... If it can work for a boom... I don't see why it couldn't work for a table.
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You guys are too much! Here is a pic of the underside clamping system on a Hunter 30 (similar design on a Hunter 35.5). Very interesting, similar to sailaway21's idea.
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