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Old 03-06-2011, 08:26   #46
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Re: Interior

This is how my saloon cushions look like after 4 years of use.
I sent the pics to my dealer and had a speedy answer: FP will send me new covers for free!
Good news for me
Now I am waiting for the parcel.
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Old 09-06-2011, 11:18   #47
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Does any one have the length and diameter size of saloon table leg conversion to be converted to bed?
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Old 13-06-2011, 07:18   #48
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Saloon table to bed legs

1rkghost,

The saloon table to bed legs are 13.25 inch long (336.55mm) X 2.358 inch diameter (59.89mm)

See attached pdf.

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Old 14-06-2011, 10:46   #49
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Thanks for specs these really help
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Old 15-11-2011, 19:17   #50
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I just installed new decking in cockpit made it out of cypress recycled from an old barn.
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Old 15-11-2011, 19:31   #51
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Re: Interior

Interesting, I did something similar!
I also made duckboards for the bottom step to stop wet/dirt being tramped up.
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Old 15-11-2011, 19:34   #52
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Also installed new cockpit table, small when folded up gives a lot more room to move around in cockpit but folds out to 3' by 3' when larger table is needed.
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Like duck boards ill have to add to my to do list
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Old 09-12-2011, 15:12   #54
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Re: Interior

We need to get some ventilation to the area under the seats on the settee. Right now with our AC on that area get's quite a bit of moisture (condensation) because it stays very humid and hot, while the air in the cabin is cool. We keep food stuff under the seats, so not good. Any opinions about cutting vents through the fiberglass in the settee well (where your legs go). Could cut a square and put a vent in. Would that even be enough to help? Im only talking about venting to the areas on each side, not the area that is enclosed forward just the lockers on each side. If we remembered we could open each one up at night and let it breath while the AC stays on all night. It's only a problem when the AC is on because of the temp difference.
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Old 09-12-2011, 18:19   #55
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Re: Interior

Here's a photo of interior curtains on Vaya con Dios. Quite nice that they can slide either way to block part. We end up blocking sun in the morning from one side and leaving the other open, and shift them as the sun moves across the sky.
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Old 10-12-2011, 19:55   #56
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Re: Interior

Hi Rozzie

There should be no issue putting a vent under the seat but I wonder if it will help? That whole area is reasonable well ventilated if there is any breeze as it is open from one side to the other and has a few gaps linking it to the foredeck locker. Your fridge is also blowing hot air in there as well though.

I would suggest that you probably need a little low speed fan, like a computer fan to circulate the air. You could probably put it in the panel in the side cupboard (high and both port & Stbd but especially Stbd) as that should suck air all the way through. May help your fridge work a little easier as well.

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Weve been wanting to do a smaller cockpit table for some time. Total cost for this mod was about $120. Looks great and now have heaps more room. LOVE IT!!
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Re: Beds

Hello,

I am living board my Mahe and I thinking about "beefing-up" the bedding. For that, I am wondering is a standard US queen size bed slatted floor + mattress could do the trick.
Did you go the "detailed way"? i.e., take king size things and cut them exactly at the right dimension?

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Re: Interior

I guess my previous message was not clear nor exact.

After having measured correctly my cabins, what i have in mind is to remove the mattresses and to replace that by a full size bed.
in that case, I can put a slatted floor and a mattress. It would fit.
The only thing a loose is a bit of bed width but it does not really impact as the current bed size is in fact full at the head and queen at the feet which makes that anyway is is somehow a full size bed in fact.
I will use the spared space to order some stuff in my cabin.

Did anyone do that already?
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Hi Alex, Im really interested in what you are doing. But Im wondering if a mattress will fit down the companionway. I suppose sometimes they bend a bit. that I would like to have a better bed too!
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