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Old 09-20-2021, 04:12 PM   #1
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Table in Main Salon, MS 400

The previous owner removed the table in the main salon and I would like to install one.
Could one of you 400 owners give me a size?
The best I can tell it about 56X26.
Also where can I get a table made?
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I'm not familiar with the MS 400 but I do know the hi-lo table in our MS 34HT/T was supplied by Gioia Sails NJ & FL. They supplied much of the MS furniture and other soft goods.
The part info, supplier and picture is available from the MS 34T BOM. Info on access in the sticky at top of the M-Mainship section.
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I'm not familiar with the MS 400 but I do know the hi-lo table in our MS 34HT/T was supplied by Gioia Sails NJ & FL. They supplied much of the MS furniture and other soft goods.
The part info, supplier and picture is available from the MS 34T BOM. Info on access in the sticky at top of the M-Mainship section.

No table but the other information is valuable. Thank You!!!
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Here is the screen shot of the BOM (memory failed me as supplier not Gioia) as well as the MS part Pic and a couple shots of the actual table w/ base & top attached. Not sure who supplied the base & top but Gioia did supply a lot of the other furniture. The top has one drop leaf and top slides to drop the leaf.
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Here is the screen shot of the BOM (memory failed me as supplier not Gioia) as well as the MS part Pic and a couple shots of the actual table w/ base & top attached. Not sure who supplied the base & top but Gioia did supply a lot of the other furniture. The top has one drop leaf and top slides to drop the leaf.

Thanks Don. This helps.
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The previous owner removed the table in the main salon and I would like to install one.
Could one of you 400 owners give me a size?
The best I can tell it about 56X26.
Also where can I get a table made?

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Do you have the support? Bench in place? Is there a step about midpoint under the table... 3" drop?


A pic of what you have might help.



I recently removed and reinstalled that table, and with some of the original parts, would be fairly easy. That support has a 90d bend on the edge of the base that wraps the step, so probably hard to resource.



And, you might consider adding the storage below the bench seat at the same time.



Sold the boat, and the new guy reworked the table into a corner table. If interested, I'll get pix.
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Here is the screen shot of the BOM (memory failed me as supplier not Gioia) as well as the MS part Pic and a couple shots of the actual table w/ base & top attached. Not sure who supplied the base & top but Gioia did supply a lot of the other furniture. The top has one drop leaf and top slides to drop the leaf.

That's a nice table, but totally different than the original table on a 400.
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That's a nice table, but totally different than the original table on a 400.
Only other approach I can Daggett is to scan the part pics from other than 34T model. Unfortunately I have no BOMs so not searchable and only way is to bring up the thumbnail files and scan through them.
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I'll try to get some measurements tomorrow. The table is simply a piece of finished wood on, it appears to me, a stock looking pedestal. As I recall, the base plate is trimmed so it can fit on the step up. I'll take some pics.
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Question:
Do you have the support? Bench in place? Is there a step about midpoint under the table... 3" drop?


A pic of what you have might help.



I recently removed and reinstalled that table, and with some of the original parts, would be fairly easy. That support has a 90d bend on the edge of the base that wraps the step, so probably hard to resource.



And, you might consider adding the storage below the bench seat at the same time.



Sold the boat, and the new guy reworked the table into a corner table. If interested, I'll get pix.

Here are pictures before reclining seat removed and after that seat and platform were removed.


I found a company in Clearwater Florida that makes custom teak table tops. Price is reasonable too.
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Table is 27"x54". Photos attached.

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Table is 27"x54". Photos attached.

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Your table looks nice, Skip. Did you refinsih it? If so what did you use? Ours is due and I've been debating what to finish it with that would most closely match the original finish.


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Great pictures!!! Including the pedestal and underside. Thank you.


Can you tell me how thick the table is?
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My local varnish guy refinished it.

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I'll check it and let you know. Note that it is thicker around the edges.

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Attached are 2 photos of underside and side of table. Total thickness is 2 3/16".Attachment 121586Click image for larger version

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Thank you Skip.
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Thank you again for the details. This is very helpful.
I found a company in Tampa, FL that makes solid teak tables.


A couple more more questions.
What is the distance from the back wall of the bench to the edge of the table?
How do the bench seat back and wall cushions attach?

I'm thinking the seat back uses a similar attachment as the fly-bridge cushion backs using z shaped aluminum bracket.


Thank you again.
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Thank you again for the details. This is very helpful.
I found a company in Tampa, FL that makes solid teak tables.


A couple more more questions.
What is the distance from the back wall of the bench to the edge of the table?
How do the bench seat back and wall cushions attach?

I'm thinking the seat back uses a similar attachment as the fly-bridge cushion backs using z shaped aluminum bracket.


Thank you again.
I would be curious to know how much you will be charged for this if I may ask.

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