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Old 07-04-2015, 12:11   #1
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Critical Question about Lagoons: Sunloungers

I'm going to take delivery of a new 400S2 in a few months, and I have hundreds of questions about the cat, upgrades, electrical, hot water, etc.

But perhaps the most important question: How best to lounge around on the boat?

How did you add sunloungers to the boat? I'm thinking how to lounge on the Salon hardtop, and also how to lounge in the front of the boat -- relaxing against the windows and perhaps more comfort on the tramps.

What have you installed? Pics of you and your loved ones lounging about get extra points.
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I'm going to take delivery of a new 400S2 in a few months, and I have hundreds of questions about the cat, upgrades, electrical, hot water, etc.

But perhaps the most important question: How best to lounge around on the boat?

How did you add sunloungers to the boat? I'm thinking how to lounge on the Salon hardtop, and also how to lounge in the front of the boat -- relaxing against the windows and perhaps more comfort on the tramps.

What have you installed? Pics of you and your loved ones lounging about get extra points.
Congrats from one Newbie to another... I used the Salon Berth Cushions on the Bow up against the Salon Windows. Worked Great!!!!
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Old 07-04-2015, 16:47   #3
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What a fun thread! Looking forward to the pics!!! Congrats!!!


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Oh btw these chairs are great sitting on the helm seat for long passages. Normally the helm seat is a bit of a pita after a few hrs and sitting requires a bit if stomach muscle effort. Sit these up there and feet up on the sheet bag for total comfort :d
They also sit flat for storage, they fit snug across the helm seat and look like a wide seat and backrest. Also great as a massage table on the cockpit table. Lay one flat on the table and the other flat upside down between the table and coaming. Can also be used in the dinghy or ashore around the campfire. No I don't have shares in the company that makes them but we do love em
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Oh btw these chairs are great sitting on the helm seat for long passages. Normally the helm seat is a bit of a pita after a few hrs and sitting requires a bit if stomach muscle effort. Sit these up there and feet up on the sheet bag for total comfort :d
They also sit flat for storage, they fit snug across the helm seat and look like a wide seat and backrest. Also great as a massage table on the cockpit table. Lay one flat on the table and the other flat upside down between the table and coaming. Can also be used in the dinghy or ashore around the campfire. No I don't have shares in the company that makes them but we do love em
Yes, rather than just tease us, can you let us know what these actually are, as in Brand/Model?
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http://www.comfortseat.nl/en/index.html
But similar are available in most chandlers. The brown/taupe is a good match for the brown lagoon outside settee color
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My 400s2 had bean bag chairs for few months but the split open and beans everywhere.
A total mess, they were great but alas they are no more.


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Oh btw these chairs are great sitting on the helm seat for long passages. Normally the helm seat is a bit of a pita after a few hrs and sitting requires a bit if stomach muscle effort. Sit these up there and feet up on the sheet bag for total comfort :d
They also sit flat for storage, they fit snug across the helm seat and look like a wide seat and backrest. Also great as a massage table on the cockpit table. Lay one flat on the table and the other flat upside down between the table and coaming. Can also be used in the dinghy or ashore around the campfire. No I don't have shares in the company that makes them but we do love em
Which model of the Comfort Seat do you have?
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Classic regular
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Re: Critical Question about Lagoons: Sunloungers

Nerida loves her Comfort Seat also. I collected lots of Brownie Points when I bought one for her for Mothers Day last year

In case you didn't know, they're available in Australia. The website lists where they're available locally.

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