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New Bulkhead mounted table

All,
Couldn't stomach the price for a PSC built bulkhead mounted table.

Snapped a pic and had an excellent marine finish carpenter build me one.
Complete with spots to stash my grog. Arghh

Hopefully the photo I uploaded works. Table incomplete as the finished legs are yet to be fabricated but as u can see it looks darned good already.

If image doesn't attache then I just don't know what I'm doing. But wanted to share as now I'm gonna have a real dance floor on Charity Rose.
Gonna start shopping for one of those dangly balls with all the mirrors on them next.
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Re: New Bulkhead mounted table

Looks great! Congrats.
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Re: New Bulkhead mounted table

Keith,
Your table looks good. We have one on Pegasus, our PSC 34 and certainly enjoy it. Let me know if you find a "disco ball" that works...
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Re: New Bulkhead mounted table

Cool. Looks great. Love mine, and the extra space it provides


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Re: New Bulkhead mounted table

Very nice table and storage. When I had my floor mounted table out to replace my fuel tank I was surprised at how large the floor space was.
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