We replaced the old 3 inch foam mattress with a 12 inch foam mattress from Sam's club.* It's 8 inches of firm and 4 inches of memory foam.* It was 400 bucks for queen size.* We have a island/centerline queen, so this works well - just had to round off the corners.
Before we bought it, I had some email conversations with some custom innerspring folks in Florida.* The custom made was going to be minimum of 1500.00.*
The Sam's club mattress has done well for us.* We're on the boat about every weekend.* It was 400 bucks well spent when all we wanted to do was get our own new mattress - before we knew how much time we'd spend on the boat.
For our new galley cushions and flybridge cushions, we bought foam at the Mill Outlet Village in Raleigh NC.* They have several varieties of foam in several thicknesses and firmnesses.
With that being said...since we've now owned the boat for 2 years, I now understand that all boat things must cost at least 1000 boat units.* So in the next year we'll probably get the custom job with the folding seam in the center.*
(sorry...Tom just explained 1 boat unit is 1k bucks.* The point still stands though)
-- Edited by Besslb on Wednesday 8th of June 2011 05:27:06 PM