[Sentoa] teak galley table for 37'

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Sat Jan 5 19:59:55 EST 2013



Thanks, Bob, but we got some great photos from Jim Moore with a gliding pedestal.  



Ardyth 



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From: "Robert Biernbaum" <rbiernb893 at aol.com> 
To: "South East Nordic Tugs Owners' Association (SENTOA)" <sentoa at lists.sentoa.org> 
Sent: Saturday, January 5, 2013 2:59:57 PM 
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Ardyth, 
I built a new table for our 37-197 using one pedestal. It folds in to make a 16 x 42 with fiddle rails or out to make a 32 x 42 open table. I copied it from an Albin 32 we used to have. We find it much more user friendly than the angled 24 x 42 that came with the boat. I can take some photos and send them if you like. 


Bob Biernbaum 
Slow Dance 
37-197 

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On Jan 5, 2013, at 2:01 PM, Ardyth Hintzman < dahintzman at comcast.net > wrote: 





Jim, 


Your table is exactly what we wanted. It was just hard to imagine what size to make it...back and forth...should the fiddles be 8"?  9"? What if we get it in the boat and after all that work it's not quite right?  And we really like the slider base.  We already have the teak, so with your measurements and pics we are off and running!  Thanks! 


Ardyth Hintzman 
NT 37 037 
Mukilteo, WA 

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On Jan 5, 2013, at 8:46 AM, tugs4me at comcast.net wrote: 


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Ardyth, 

I can send you photos and dimensions of the table for 2003 models which I consider to be the best overall offering.  I never liked the large base, moveable table as your boat was probably equipped.  Later (2005 or 2006 up, I believe) models offered a table with no fiddle rails and too small to seat 4, let alone 6 people.  (It's a bit of a stretch to seat 6 at our table but it can be done using smaller dinner plates.)  I added a slider that facilitates moving the table fore and aft about 6" which provides greater accessibility to the settee whether the table is raised or lowered to cocktail table level.  Two supports would be only slightly more rigid with some compromise for stowing moveable chairs while underway.  All the parts to duplicate the support/slide hardware are still available at West Marine.  Will send photos to you in a separate mailing. 

Jim Moore 
RILEY 37085 

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Subject: [Sentoa] teak galley table for 37' 




We are planning to build a fold up teak galley table for our 37' NT.  Does anyone out there have one that they like they can give me dimensions for?  And is it better to have 1 pedestal or 2?  Thanks. 

  

Ardyth Hintzman 

  

Compass Rose 

NT 37 037 

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