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    32XX Main cabin seating area makeover

    When I first bought her, I felt like the seating area wasn’t very cozy or comfy.... so I renovated her. Used sunbrella navy blue on the booth and it’s amazing. Replaced half the flat style cushions with pillows to make it warmer and welcoming! Pillows fit under the window perfectly for rougher weather but overall it’s been awesome for relaxing and when guests sleep over.
    Before and after
    Bayliner 3270 1987

    #2
    The dark blue looks great.

    1989 3288
    "Defiant"
    5.7 L gas powered

    2003 Yamaha FX Cruiser

    MMSI 316 034 392

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      #3
      Looks much more modern. Did you use a heavy duty sewing machine?
      And since you no longer have the back rest, I take it you can no longer convert to bed?
      Esteban
      Detroit, MI
      Former Bayliners 3218, 2859, 2252, 1952

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        #4
        Still converts to a bed, but even cozier! The back cushions on the left hand side are now used and the pillows create a comfy space for relaxing, lounging! I’ll post a pic next time i use it!
        Bayliner 3270 1987

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          #5
          Originally posted by green650 View Post
          Looks much more modern. Did you use a heavy duty sewing machine?
          And since you no longer have the back rest, I take it you can no longer convert to bed?
          how would the back rest prevent the salon bench from being converted to a bed? I ask only because I'm wondering if maybe I'm not setting it up properly myself? All I do is pull the bench seat forward and slide to cushion out. Sorry if I'm hijacking.
          "Martini's Law"
          1986 Bayliner 3270, 110 Hino's
          Nova Scotia, Canada

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