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Old 01-10-2018, 06:52 AM   #1
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Original Mainship leather couch with pull-out bed

We recently purchased a 2009 34' Mainship Trawler. The original owner purchased her in 2012. We are looking to sell the original leather couch with a pull out bed (excellent/like new condition) and replace with another set of chairs.
I will attempt to upload a photo in case anyone is interested. Not sure how much these go for, any offers will be considered. The boat is located in Dunedin Florida.
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Dimensions: 32" deep, 6'-3" long, 37-1/2" height, and 59" open
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Old 01-14-2018, 08:27 PM   #2
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Here's a link to what we did similar to where you are headed.
We sold our sofa here in the Classifieds - I'll bet you get some offers

Only regret is we didn't do it sooner

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Old 01-15-2018, 07:39 AM   #3
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Bacchus,

Great minds think alike. Someone is interested in our sofa/sleeper (member of this forum). I thought that it was worth a lot more, but after seeing what you sold yours for we decided to do the same.
We were thinking of getting two recliners with built in foot rests (wall huggers) so that we do not need to have the separate foot stools. But most are very bulky with a large footprint.
I will share your pictures with the admiral. We wanted to get the same color as yours too.
I'm curious on what you have on the starboard side of the salon? We were hoping to find recliners that can lay completely flat in case I need to sleep in the salon on some nights.
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Stressless with one foot stool to share. Wear like iron, sized for comfort and very comfortable. They take up very little floor space in comparison. Down side, pricy. The cost per day of use is cheaper considering their longevity due to quality of design and material.
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Old 01-15-2018, 02:53 PM   #6
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One of the things we liked about the ones we bought was the size... pretty compact.
I kind of like the separate stool as it lets you position it for your height. Some of the built in ones seem too short for me and aren't comfortable. We usually share one foot stool.
Stbd side is one of the MS ratan chairs and a pedestal helm chair as we are a hardtop w only lower helm. It can be lowered and swung around easily to give us 4 comfy chairs when we have company. More than 4 we need to break out the stool or bring in one of the aft deck chairs.
We have some Stressless at home... and they are the best... the ones we have on the boat are close seconds. The color is an excellent match to our vinyl wall & headliner.
We were very pleased w the communication & delivery ordering online.
We added the optional risers which raise the chair around 1-1/2" which made them much easier in & out. I'd recommend them if anywhere from 5'6" (my wife) or taller. ..I'm 6'0"

Let me know if any questiona
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Pm sent.

Going to look good in my 1979(it fits ).
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Old 01-16-2018, 07:03 AM   #8
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Thank you Bacchus, your information on the chairs were very helpful. I've been researching your very informative website. Especially the "BOM photos" This will save me many hours trying to find Manufacturer/Model numbers.
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Thank you Bacchus, your information on the chairs were very helpful. I've been researching your very informative website. Especially the "BOM photos" This will save me many hours trying to find Manufacturer/Model numbers.
That was a very recent addition...glad it's working. Previously I tried to look them up and reply to inquiries when i could. It really is too bad Marlow took down the MS info... maybe if a bunch of MS owners contacted them they'd reconsider. There were BOMs for other models / yrs available as well as many more photos of parts / vendors info... some electrical schematics, etc
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Great idea, I t would not be that difficult for Marlow to put the info back up.
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Agreed on the BOM pics. Even though I have a 400 a lot of the parts are the same. Helped me find a fridge vent and the windshield wipers that I have been looking for.

My sincere thanks for that post.
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