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Old 01-22-2010, 05:57 PM   #1
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Looking for a cabin table for 1983 PT 38 Cheermen Europa.

My wife and I purchased this boat last fall. The main cabin table had been removed by one of the previous owners. We would love to find an original or a table that can be modified to fit.
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Old 01-23-2010, 06:10 AM   #2
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RE: Looking for a cabin table for 1983 PT 38 Cheermen Europa.

I think your best bet would be to Get a picture of the table and design and custom build a table. I know it would not be too cheap but I don't think it would be too expensive either and you would get exactly what you wanted.
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RE: Looking for a cabin table for 1983 PT 38 Cheermen Europa.

Hi Larry
Welcome, I am sure you will enjoy your boat as much as we have. Where in Canada are you?
A simple version of the table on our boat could be built quite easily, the base just purchased at any good marine store.
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RE: Looking for a cabin table for 1983 PT 38 Cheermen Europa.

Hi Mike
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We are from Ontario and are full timers in a 28 Airstream trailer. We winter in Florida and then summer in Ontario. The boat is on the hard in Midland Bay (south east corner of Georgian Bay). The pictures I have of the table are from an ad I found for a PT 38 advertised on Yachtworld. On our boat, the ledge on the sofa has small, metal lined holes that appear to have something to do with holding the table in place when it is lowered into position to be used as a bed. What I really could use is a couple of detailed pictures and a few detentions of the table and base. Any help you could give me would be appreciated, Larry**
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