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Old 07-10-2008, 14:45   #16
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By the way, can someone give me the approximat bed sizes (L and W) of a "king size, queen size, double bed and single bunk" in a boat. I just get confused by these expressions.
I would prefer the accurat sizes.
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Old 07-10-2008, 15:04   #17
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Talbot, Dave's Priviledge38 Maxingout has two wheels. on his website I'm pretty sure that he says that is one reason he got the Priviledge.
Most 39s dont have the twin wheels


Most of the newer design have a raised helm position at the front end of the cockpit, and there is only a single wheel there. The Privilege 39 is unusual in that it has the wheel at the aft end of the cockpit. This gives much more cockpit space, but does leave the helm much more exposed.
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By the way, can someone give me the approximat bed sizes (L and W) of a "king size, queen size, double bed and single bunk" in a boat. I just get confused by these expressions.
I would prefer the accurat sizes.
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  • Twin--39 x 75 inches (or 99 x 190 cm)
  • X-Long Twin--39 x 80 inches (99 x 203 cm)
  • Full--54 x 75 inches (137 x 190 cm)
  • Queen--60 x 80 inches (or 153 x 203 cm)
  • King--76 x 80 inches (or 198 x 203 cm)
  • California King--72 x 84 inches (or 182 x 213 cm)
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This is just a few minutes of looking for dual stations. It's not a must, but it is common.
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THERE'S A 40FT CAT IN SOUTHAMPTON (UK) MARINA AT THE MOMENT, I THINK ON SALE THROUGH MULTIHULL UK AT 120k Sterling.
THE BOAT I WANT IS OWNED BY THE PREVIOUS OWNER. HE CERTAINLY LOOKS AFTER HIS BOATS WELL, THE COUPLE I'VE SEEN WITH 'TWO'S COMPANY' ALSO SEEM TO BE GENUINE SAILORS ALTHOUGH IT SPENT ALOT OF TIME MOORED. IT WAS ALSO AWAY FOR A COUPLE OF WEEKS AT A TIME.
If you cna't track it down 'Multihullworld' will point you in the right direction.
It looks a lot of boat for the money.
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This is just a few minutes of looking for dual stations. It's not a must, but it is common.
All one manufacturer, and a type I have not seen.

I am more familiar with
FP,
Wharram
Catalac
Privilege
Prout
Broadblue
Lagoon
Dean
Oceanic
Twins
Woods
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No these are all three different boats.

twin steering station catamarans - Google Search
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Thanks i2f for backing me up. Talbot, there is another manu facturer that I have looked at but I don't like the position of the helm steering position and WHEELS.
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