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Old 14-02-2015, 10:54   #1
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Lagoon fiberglass Table modifications

I have a 2013 Lagoon 380 that came with the composite fiberglass table in the cockpit. It is large and makes getting around it difficult. It forces people to have to walk on the seats which makes them hard to keep clean. I was going to either 1) get a piece of wood and make a table top with folding leaves, or 2) just cut table leaves into the composite table so I can fold it down when the entire table is not needed.

the question I have is has anyone else done this? Any lessons learned or tips?

Does anyone know if it is solid fiberglass? It feels heavy enough to be.

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Old 21-02-2015, 13:52   #2
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Re: Lagoon fiberglass Table modifications

I agree with you on the table size. We have removed the table temporarily which has opened up the salon and is more comfortable to sit and use the outside table or folding tables when needed. I have thought about installing adjustable legs to lowere the table and have a cushion made to make a lounging area who knows. Let us know what you decide.
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Old 25-02-2015, 14:27   #3
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Re: Lagoon fiberglass Table modifications

Yes please tell us. (we also have a 380 groupe on FB)
Our tabel is solid . and heavy.
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Old 25-02-2015, 14:32   #4
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Re: Lagoon fiberglass Table modifications

I don't have a Lagoon, but I did remove the cockpit table completely out of my cat and a cooler lives there now. The cooler, and I also have a custom-fitted life jacket 'box' of canvas and vinyl, both act as coffee-tables and so I've not felt the need to have the (heavy, in the way) cockpit table. It's also nice to have drinks/quick-grab items in the cooler, which keeps the reefer happier/cooler, as it's not being constantly opened. YMMV
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Old 26-02-2015, 06:40   #5
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Re: Lagoon fiberglass Table modifications

I've got a cooler under the seats, so I'm set there. I think I am going to wuss out and not cut the table. I'm going to see a wood guy and might just make a table out of wood that will look nice and fold down. Will let you know how it goes.
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Re: Lagoon fiberglass Table modifications

Make it strong, i normaly walk on mine, packing the main into my zipp-pack.. i dont have a roof on mine
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Old 02-06-2015, 19:34   #7
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Re: Lagoon fiberglass Table modifications

Does anyone know if the lone molded seat in front of the salon table attached to the floor is structural? I was thinking of removing it and making it movable then reflooring the salon.
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Re: Lagoon fiberglass Table modifications

I had the same issue on my L450. So the fittings under the Composite (can you say weighs a ton Table) where removed and installed on two light weight plastic Cafe table tops ($10 each at a salvage yard) Now the large wooden inside table is in the roof storage compartment just in case we require it. Normally have one inside and one outside. They are light weight and easy to remove or move. The best thing is put two together and you have a full size 1.8 meter Table inside or out.



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Re: Lagoon fiberglass Table modifications

We purchased the coffee table as well from Lagoon and put the large dinner table in the roof locker, perfect for just 2 of us but not cheap...


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Re: Lagoon fiberglass Table modifications

This is what we did with our Lagoon 410. Just got tired of wrangling around the table. The rear bench seating typical of the 410 had to go too. As a result we have much more space in the salon with more options for comfort. In the evening we swing the coffee table around and throw down a bean bag chair to watch tv. We raise the table for dinner. Hope this helps a little...



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Re: Lagoon fiberglass Table modifications

Im getting Flexi Teak laid in the cockpit of my 450s and would prefer it runs under the table leg bases. Are these stuck in with adheasive as i cant get them to budge?

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