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    Posted: 10 December 2008 at 18:26

Jefa has a new Cockpittable for the recent models for hanse 320-400

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or you find it with better fotos on the jefa page
 
 
Ok it is expensive, but looks nice.


Edited by Peter-Blake - 10 December 2008 at 18:35
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote copain Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10 December 2008 at 19:28
Hi Peter,

We ordered the cockpit table from Hanse for our 350 which looks very much the same as the one from Jefa.
The Hanse top is from solid plastic instead of teak.

The fixing looks the same and the Hanse one is crap.
We payed 475 for ours.

It's bending, it's unstable, you would not be able to lean on it getting up , then it will just break. Folded open it's got no support anywhere.

This one might be better but with the same construction I wonder.

You also have to realise this table can only be deployed, during sailing if you have no cockpit traveller.

We knew we had to deal with this since we have the traveller and choose to have it anyway but knowing we would have never ordered it.

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Thanks Willem, intersting to know.
 
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Hi Peter,

Because we have a cockpit traveller, we made our own solution with a Lagun table foot (see first picture) and a teak table like Jefa has. It is very flexible and adjustable.




Kind regards,
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote silversailor Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13 December 2008 at 02:58
Edson has a solid table that looks similar to the Jefa but is secure.  I installed one in white it it looks brand new 2 yrs later.
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Do you have a link or a foto?
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Originally posted by avontuur avontuur wrote:

Hi Peter,

Because we have a cockpit traveller, we made our own solution with a Lagun table foot (see first picture) and a teak table like Jefa has. It is very flexible and adjustable.

  


Kind regards,
Dryske


Hi,

I have the cockpit traveller as well in my 370. Last year we used an aluminium table which I once bought for camping. This worked ok, because the size is perfect and it is very stable.

Seeing the Lagun solution I'm interested about having that. Because of the construction our table leaves little room for the feet to move. The hanging construction of Lagun looks very comfortable.

Can you explain or present some foto's of how you attached the plate to the boat? Did you put in some extra reinforcements?

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REINFORCEMENT? 
I have installed in one 30 feet sailingyacht (Albin Scampi 30, 1976) on a very strong "wall" in the cockpit. I checked with the producer of Lagun and we did not need any reinforcement. 15 Years ago did they provide you with a wood plate to be used if the "wall" isn't strong enough.
 
LOCATION IN COCKPIT
In another boat did we move the location to the opposite side of the cockpit compared to where the storage were located.
Our experience were that there can be a problem to easily open the locker to the storage if the table is mounted on the same side.
 
English isn't my mother tongue......hope you can interpretate it any way:-))


Edited by skipper - 18 February 2009 at 21:32
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Dear Ron,

We bought the table and the foot separate in a nautical store but you can find it on the internet at Compas24 as well. (http://www.compass24.nl/web/catalog/shop/techniek_comfort_stoelen_tafels?page=16-30)
We have chosen for the more expensive teak folding table.
We screw the table foot on the port case side, but than you can not open the case so easily. Of course the other side will do fine too.
I hope this information will help you.

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