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    We've remodeled our 45 and no longer need the high-low table, so we're selling it to the first person to come pick it up with $100.00 in hand. The table is about 36"X44 " and the top is copper. There are a couple of minor dings on the top, and the wood edge will need refinishing, but overall it looks pretty good. Location is La Conner (Shelter Bay), WA. Call Brad at 360-630-0675.
    Brad & Sharon
    Lady Jake
    1985 4550 EH 700TI /Twin Disc 502
    LaConner,Wa. (summer)
    2003 Scout CC 24' W/225 Yamaha
    kailua Kona,Hi (Winter)

    #2
    Hi Brad,

    how funny- we just purchased a 4550 that does not have the dinner table and we want one. Only problem is that we are down in Georgia/Tennessee. I wonder what shipping would be to send it down our way?
    ~~1987 Bayliner 4550 Pilothouse & 17' Boston Whaler Dauntless~~

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      #3
      Woodsong.....You might be able to find one closer. Keep in mind the 38xx has the same table.

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        #4
        Woodsong, If you get stuck without an original Bayliner style table, you might consider using a drop leaf table. The table that came with our 45 was butt ugly and so big that it seemed like it filled the whole salon, so we replaced it with a drop leaf that stores four folding chairs inside. It works great. When it's just the two of us, we fold out one leaf and use the two guest chairs, and when there are four people we bring out two of the folding chairs. If we're having a crowd for dinner we move the table over to the salon sofa, fold out both leaves and use the four folding chairs, and we can comfortably seat ten. The nice part is when we aren't using it to eat on, it folds away and becomes a side table between the two guest chairs. It is very practical and really saves space in the salon.


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          #5
          Thanks for the suggestions guys- will explore options and I didn't realize the 38xx table was the same table in the 45xx. :arr
          ~~1987 Bayliner 4550 Pilothouse & 17' Boston Whaler Dauntless~~

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            #6
            Ducksoop, I too am loooking to replace our salon table can you supply me the manufacture's name of your table?

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              #7
              knuckelbuster wrote:
              Ducksoop, I too am loooking to replace our salon table can you supply me the manufacture's name of your table?
              John,

              The table leg (high/low) is made by Zwaardvis. They also make the pilothouse chairs too. I did see a complete set on Ebay. Don't know if it is still there. Seached under adjustable table legs.

              Edit: Sorry John, I should have read your post more closely.
              Patrick and Patti
              4588 Pilothouse 1991
              12ft Endeavor RIB 2013
              M/V "Paloma"
              MMSI # 338142921

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                ducksoop wrote:
                Woodsong, If you get stuck without an original Bayliner style table, you might consider using a drop leaf table. The table that came with our 45 was butt ugly and so big that it seemed like it filled the whole salon, so we replaced it with a drop leaf that stores four folding chairs inside. It works great. When it's just the two of us, we fold out one leaf and use the two guest chairs, and when there are four people we bring out two of the folding chairs. If we're having a crowd for dinner we move the table over to the salon sofa, fold out both leaves and use the four folding chairs, and we can comfortably seat ten. The nice part is when we aren't using it to eat on, it folds away and becomes a side table between the two guest chairs. It is very practical and really saves space in the salon.

                I recognise that table and boat from a blog that was done about a couple that purchased a boat they lovingly called the Butt Ugly Boat (no disrespect intended). Was that you?

                Enjoyed reading about the make over of your vessel. That table seemed like the perfect idea for versatility.
                Patrick and Patti
                4588 Pilothouse 1991
                12ft Endeavor RIB 2013
                M/V "Paloma"
                MMSI # 338142921

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                  Papa Charlie wrote:
                  I recognise that table and boat from a blog that was done about a couple that purchased a boat they lovingly called the Butt Ugly Boat (no disrespect intended). Was that you?

                  Enjoyed reading about the make over of your vessel. That table seemed like the perfect idea for versatility.
                  Yes, that was us. Our renovation of 'The BUB' (butt ugly boat) is now almost complete and she isn't all that ugly any more. Amazing what a wallet and a few hundred hours of sweaty labor can accomplish ;-)

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                    knuckelbuster wrote:
                    Ducksoop, I too am loooking to replace our salon table can you supply me the manufacture's name of your table?
                    Knucklebuster, I happened to find ours on Craigslist and it was a real find--made of beautiful solid wood that blends with interior finish of the salon almost perfectly, with leather cushions on the chairs and even a drawer in the side of the table that holds our napkins--but it is about 30 years old with no manufacturer's name anywhere. Here's a close approximation I found on the internet that looks like a similar set up: http://"http://www.dinettesetshowroo...utm_term=17866

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                      #11
                      ducksoop wrote:
                      Yes, that was us. Our renovation of 'The BUB' (butt ugly boat) is now almost complete and she isn't all that ugly any more. Amazing what a wallet and a few hundred hours of sweaty labor can accomplish ;-)
                      Well the Admiral and I wondered how the project came out. We were very impressed with the work you two did and the outcome. We had just purchased our 45 and were looking for ideas and information. Your blog provided us with both. Thanks.
                      Patrick and Patti
                      4588 Pilothouse 1991
                      12ft Endeavor RIB 2013
                      M/V "Paloma"
                      MMSI # 338142921

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