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Topic: Work in progress - cabin table
Posted By: Koppiekrou
Subject: Work in progress - cabin table
Date Posted: 18 February 2020 at 21:07
LThe 371 has a cabin table which can not be fold. 

Therefore it always takes a lot of space. I am planning to re-use the table support and get more floor space. The new table top has to look like the woodwork and finish from the Hanse yard. 

So I bought some mahogany and fineer. Now the woodshop at home is open Wink After sawing and glorius sanding it is almost ready to transport it to the furniture paint specialist.

I hope that all the work will give us the result we hope for. Anyone done some high gloss woodwork?

Keep you posted!







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291 4Ever - 341 Eternal Flame and now a Hanse 371 '05 Karma - Shoal draft - 2 cabin - 40hp - Variprofile



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Posted By: Koppiekrou
Date Posted: 23 February 2020 at 10:26


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291 4Ever - 341 Eternal Flame and now a Hanse 371 '05 Karma - Shoal draft - 2 cabin - 40hp - Variprofile


Posted By: Koppiekrou
Date Posted: 23 February 2020 at 10:28


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291 4Ever - 341 Eternal Flame and now a Hanse 371 '05 Karma - Shoal draft - 2 cabin - 40hp - Variprofile


Posted By: Koppiekrou
Date Posted: 23 February 2020 at 10:29


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291 4Ever - 341 Eternal Flame and now a Hanse 371 '05 Karma - Shoal draft - 2 cabin - 40hp - Variprofile


Posted By: Koppiekrou
Date Posted: 23 February 2020 at 10:36
Now it is all up to color matching...

First stage is to get the right stain. With this we can give the mahogany the typical red color the interior of the Hanse 371. Therefore I asked a paintfactory for help. They can measure the original color. So I will get 1 ltr of matched color stain.

After we have matched this stain color we can start with adding clearcoat. Probally 3 to 6 layers... with a whole lot of glorius sanding in between 🤬

This will take 3 weeks so for the final result you all have to wait....

Frank


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291 4Ever - 341 Eternal Flame and now a Hanse 371 '05 Karma - Shoal draft - 2 cabin - 40hp - Variprofile


Posted By: Johan Hackman
Date Posted: 23 February 2020 at 17:21
Wow! I am looking forward to see the end result.

The cabin table on my boat needs some work on it too. I will follow this thread with great interest.

Johan

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Posted By: Bernstein
Date Posted: 24 February 2020 at 05:02
This is my work, before and after!


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Bernstein, Hanse 320, 2008, Ostsee


Posted By: Koppiekrou
Date Posted: 24 February 2020 at 06:13
Bernstein that looks good. How did you make the logo. Is it vinyl (signing and wrap material) or did you printed it? 

Frank


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291 4Ever - 341 Eternal Flame and now a Hanse 371 '05 Karma - Shoal draft - 2 cabin - 40hp - Variprofile


Posted By: Bernstein
Date Posted: 24 February 2020 at 14:58
Hallo Frank,

These are wooden inlays made from ash-tree.
New veneer was glued onto the old table top.

Greetings from baltic sea

Bernstein


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Bernstein, Hanse 320, 2008, Ostsee


Posted By: Koppiekrou
Date Posted: 24 February 2020 at 15:01
Really beautiful 👍👍

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291 4Ever - 341 Eternal Flame and now a Hanse 371 '05 Karma - Shoal draft - 2 cabin - 40hp - Variprofile


Posted By: Koppiekrou
Date Posted: 24 March 2020 at 19:53
small update. Between every thirth layer of clear coat we have to polish. I think that we will end with almost 10 layers of clear coat for the best result.

Man o man... I hope that the result will be okay for the misses 🥴


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291 4Ever - 341 Eternal Flame and now a Hanse 371 '05 Karma - Shoal draft - 2 cabin - 40hp - Variprofile


Posted By: Black Diamond
Date Posted: 24 March 2020 at 23:44
I like the inlay.    I was working with Mike at Cruising Concepts in Oregon about replacing the factory table on our 575 (which seems a bit cheap to me) with a really nice cherry table and a similar inlay.   The price wasn't that bad,  but I wonder about the "putting the cushions on it and turning it into a bed" option.   Not sure I care,  but do people really use this on the 575?




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Rick
S/V Black Diamond
Hanse 575 Build #192, Hull# 161
Newport, RI


Posted By: Martin&Rene
Date Posted: 25 March 2020 at 17:06
Koppiecrou

All that work is why we loved it when the Merlin Rocket Class Racing Dinghy in the UK moved from wood to FRP.  We painted/varnished by brush 4 dinghies from scratch (10-12 coats all over) and then for 25 years we would do 4-6 coats each winter.  Beautiful to look at, but a lot of hard work.  The current FRP Merlin is lucky if it gets a wash each winter, in between looking after the Hanse.  It was actually my wife who did the final coats, as she reckoned I was no good at brushwork.

I am impressed by your workmanship up to now.


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Martin&Rene Hanse 341 Dipper Wheel steering, 3 cabin layout & shallow keel, normally based in Scotland


Posted By: Martin&Rene
Date Posted: 29 March 2020 at 16:26
Just an extra thought.  If you are not able to go sailing at the moment, then I would consider not finishing the varnishing completely now.  Get almost there and then leave it, as some times the varnish sinks into the grain, and just finish it off when we finally get the ok to go back to our yachts again.

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Martin&Rene Hanse 341 Dipper Wheel steering, 3 cabin layout & shallow keel, normally based in Scotland


Posted By: alettaenmarcel
Date Posted: 29 March 2020 at 16:58
i have also revarnised my table.
7 layers of blanc primer and then 2 layers of uv coating on it.
After that I polished it all so it has the same look as 14 years ago.
Looks perfect now.
I only have picturew of work in progress and a picture off the table in the boat will folow.
Gr Marcel








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Kids Dingys 72-79 ,Several Windsurfboards 79-86 OK dingy competitions 86-92 , Trotter Pandora Race 92-98, Friendship 28 Sport 98-05, Hanse 370 06-......


Posted By: Bernstein
Date Posted: 30 March 2020 at 04:59
Thumbs Up

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Bernstein, Hanse 320, 2008, Ostsee


Posted By: Koppiekrou
Date Posted: 03 May 2020 at 20:14
And the result......



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291 4Ever - 341 Eternal Flame and now a Hanse 371 '05 Karma - Shoal draft - 2 cabin - 40hp - Variprofile


Posted By: Fendant
Date Posted: 03 May 2020 at 20:17
Wooow, this is more than perfect! Congrats

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Frank


Posted By: Koppiekrou
Date Posted: 03 May 2020 at 20:20
Thanks Frank 👍

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291 4Ever - 341 Eternal Flame and now a Hanse 371 '05 Karma - Shoal draft - 2 cabin - 40hp - Variprofile


Posted By: redlion
Date Posted: 04 May 2020 at 11:44
And it is a WOW from me.



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It,s not over till the fat lady drowns


Posted By: cptgood
Date Posted: 04 May 2020 at 14:18
Beautiful !
my table, in some spots, has lost some of the side strip supeficial wood (don't know how to call it)...what should I do?


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Hanse320 - Hull#127/08 - Wheel - ST headsail - Yanmar 3YM30 - SD20


Posted By: Koppiekrou
Date Posted: 04 May 2020 at 15:31
You can buy mahogany veneer. But thats not shiny at all so you have to use a high gloss topcoat. Simple iron the veneer on the sides after removing the old one.

Sounds simple but it will take some effort and time (I can tell 😄).

Good luck 👍


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291 4Ever - 341 Eternal Flame and now a Hanse 371 '05 Karma - Shoal draft - 2 cabin - 40hp - Variprofile


Posted By: cptgood
Date Posted: 04 May 2020 at 17:01
Thanks. I'll try it!



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Hanse320 - Hull#127/08 - Wheel - ST headsail - Yanmar 3YM30 - SD20



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