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Old 25-01-2010, 00:18   #16
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Old 26-01-2010, 19:14   #17
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Wow! That is one impressive bit of maritime detective work! The stool is 129 Euros (with VAT) - couldn't resist. Thanks!

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Old 26-01-2010, 19:20   #18
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Old 26-01-2010, 20:59   #19
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I ended up ordering ordered the item at 108 euros - they did deduct the VAT but the shipping cost was pretty hefty at 55 euros. They also advised that the delivery time on this particular item would be three months. I'll let you know when it arrives or fails to.

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Old 27-01-2010, 13:44   #20
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Very nice! Our chart table recently fell apart (the top just sorta busted off of the rest of the table) and we've been debating what to do with the nav station. We can't decide whether or not to keep it where it is (the seat is the head of the quarterberth) or if we should do something else with it. We're considering children and if we keep the boat we're on, the quarterberth will eventually be a kidlet room. Decisions decisions. Maybe we'd be able to incorporate a seat like this in our boat somewhere...
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Re: Folding Nav Station Stool

Looks like the German site has a lot of WC's old bronze hardware. Really a great site for someone building or restoring a wooden boat.
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Rover... thanks for resurrecting the thread! Just what the doctor ordered. My new chart table is just opposite a beefy wooden compression post. The dimensions look perfect. Good work Christian and...

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