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Old 27-10-2020, 15:32   #1
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Good source for cockpit tables?

In the hunt to replace an ancient cockpit table in a 2004 Beneteau 393. Any body have a line on a good source to make something like a pedestal-type plastic table that would serve four? Any help would be appreciated!

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Old 28-10-2020, 04:13   #2
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Can you see anything you like here?


https://www.google.com/search?q=cock...w=1024&bih=626
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Old 28-10-2020, 05:29   #3
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Re: Good source for cockpit tables?

Logan- your post suggests that you want to build rather than buy. If that's the case, we could talk about inexpensive designs. That would require in turn details like whether you have an existing table, whether you want the table up all the time or easily removable, and so on. So, unless coopec43's gallery of photos did the job for you, could you more tightly define your goal?

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Old 28-10-2020, 08:37   #4
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Thanks for the replies. We've done the usual Google searches, but can't seem to find anything except the small luncheon tables that drop down from the steering pedestal. We would prefer a "console" that comes forward from the pedestal with fold-up leaves that create a table that would provide space for 4 people. Hoping someone may know of a good supplier for this type item. The footprint of the base would need to be about 28" (fore/aft) x 4.75" (abeam). Any thoughts?
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You might try this outfit - theyíre up here in the northwest but could easily ship.

https://cruisingconcepts.com/
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Re: Good source for cockpit tables?

Zarcor sells tables. Donít fold out.
Sailboat stern rail seats, companionway doors, privacy shutters, blinds, window treatment, drink & electronics holders, and other sailing accessories custom manufactured by Zarcor.
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Old 28-10-2020, 09:57   #7
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This is what I use. You can slide different size table. Thatís the small one.
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We enjoy our Zarcor cockpit table made from starboard. I believe they have a larger size ours is too small for four. I believe they are made in Texas and the customer service is good. Not beautiful but you won't worry about varnish or dings.
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Thanks for the replies. We've done the usual Google searches, but can't seem to find anything except the small luncheon tables that drop down from the steering pedestal. We would prefer a "console" that comes forward from the pedestal with fold-up leaves that create a table that would provide space for 4 people. Hoping someone may know of a good supplier for this type item. The footprint of the base would need to be about 28" (fore/aft) x 4.75" (abeam). Any thoughts?

Should have mentioned that in post #1
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We enjoy our Zarcor cockpit table made from starboard. I believe they have a larger size ours is too small for four. I believe they are made in Texas and the customer service is good. Not beautiful but you won't worry about varnish or dings.
Our boat follows the "teak reduction act" and I remove some teak from the topsides every year. Our folding starboard table is much lighter and easier to use than the original teak table. Easier to clean and no sanding or varnish. I don't remember who fabricated it, but it needed extensive work to make it fit.
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Thanks so much for the input, folks! All good suggestions!
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Iíve enjoyed the things Iíve ordered from:

https://marineteakfurnitureandwoodwork.com/

They are in Florida, so you may be able to save freigh and they are running a 25% off sale this month.
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