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Topic Review (Newest First)
05-13-2008 08:01 PM
deryk
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Originally Posted by Cahill View Post
I just finished a little remodel in the main salon. The results are in evidence on my web page -- http://web.mac.com/pecahill

Though certainly not a solution for everybody, the smaller folding table provides easier access to the lockers and the pilot berth.

Cahill I really like the design of your table, and haveing the leaves folding up and not hanging down is a great idea. Im in the Process of buying a Morgan 34 and I have a similar setup as yours. The prior owner put in a bulkhead mounted table but their a PITA to move around in... Im thinking of getting a pedestal mount that i can raise and lower depending on what its needed for coffee table hight or sitting down to dinner hight. Im usually solo on my boat so the small table is usually fine but I have a sailrite sewing machine so sometimes haveing the extra table space is great.
05-11-2008 07:58 PM
sailingdog BTW, does it surprise anyone that Ian would have a girl pole-dancing on his boat??? Didn't think so.
05-11-2008 07:48 PM
labatt Well, this thread has been discussing tables for quite some time. Perhaps it's time to move on to racks. SD- why do you have to be so negative???
05-11-2008 04:30 PM
sailingdog Nice try Ian...but there's no table in that photo... There's a nice rack...but no table.
05-11-2008 04:23 PM
ianhlnd I love my layout, the warm woods, accessable hand holds, and plenty of room for entertaining.



05-11-2008 03:53 AM
claritycal36 Excellant idea. Thanks
05-11-2008 01:46 AM
Stillraining
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Originally Posted by claritycal36 View Post
This table is bolted to the deck and the stancion and I wanted to think about removing it and placing in one that folds up on the bulkhead. Then when a temporary berth is used, it can be kept out of the way. Has anyone scene what other CAL's have used for a berth?
Looks like it is through bolted to your compression post or whatever it is...Make a bracket that slides up and down the post but is attached permanently to the table..can have two holes for pinning one at table hight one at bed hight...for the leg thats more difficult to make universal but Im thinking of somthing on the lines of how a ironing board works with adjustable hight stations...made from wood or ss tubing depending on your field of expertise...another option might be to find a hydraulic or manual adjustable pedestal like for a helms chair that would be the right heights or modify one...
05-11-2008 01:29 AM
claritycal36
Any Ideas about how to make this table into a berth?

This table is bolted to the deck and the stancion and I wanted to think about removing it and placing in one that folds up on the bulkhead. Then when a temporary berth is used, it can be kept out of the way. Has anyone scene what other CAL's have used for a berth?
05-10-2008 11:57 PM
bestfriend Nice Jody. But hurry up, I may be coming your way in August.
05-10-2008 10:14 PM
Stillraining Jumping right in arnt you Jody...

Mines ok I guess...Irwin 41
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