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Old 10-02-2017, 02:02   #1
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Does anyone know the largest tv dimensions that will fit in the lift?

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TV??? I think you may need to clarify as this means nothing to me.
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Shoot..!! you have a lift in your Lagoon..
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Does anyone know the largest tv dimensions that will fit in the lift?

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420cm X 320 cm in our building lift.

Should be enough for proper TV experience on L450.

Out of interest: what will you be watching ?
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Old 10-02-2017, 04:44   #5
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Netflix and you tube sailing blogs like lavagabond , Delos, etc.

No actual TV stations.
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Old 10-02-2017, 05:25   #6
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we have a 32" samsung TV
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Old 10-02-2017, 05:32   #7
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Thatīs where the Lift comes from
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I built my own with a CNC pneumatic tool track. It lifts a 24 in samsung , I dislike seeing a tv inside a boat . But I like watching it at anchor

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I removed the 32 inch TV and re purposed as computer screen at Navigation station.

Every body on CF knows it is not part of the true sailing ethos to watch TV on a cruising boat.

The bigger one in the video is for illustrative purposes only of where you could place a larger TV if you where going down that path, against the "True Sailor Ethos"
FYI: Up to 50 inch will fit in the new position.

Old lift now re-purposed as wine glass storage. Actual glasses shown for illustrative purposes only, once again every body knows you are only meant to drink out of overpriced plastic glasses on a proper cruising boat.
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Shoot..!! you have a lift in your Lagoon..
Yep, it's now bolted to the steel armour plate below waterline, as Lagoon responds to community criticism of its shoddily built, flimsy designs not being able to withstand conflict with rocks and coral reefs.

Please refer to Multihull Sailboats section thread "Shocked by...." for more details, and a few laughs.
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