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    3988 Galley Table Dimensions-gctid826186

    My 3988 did not come with a galley table.

    I bought the center aluminum pole and mount on line, now I just need to build the table top.

    Does anyone know the dimensions for A, B,C,D,E, on the picture below.

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    Last edited by Cap_Fury; 11-11-2017, 01:42 PM.
    Greg
    1999 Bayliner 3988
    Twin Cummins 6BTA 270hp
    Malaspina Strait, BC

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    32, 24, 10, 24, 13
    "Adios Dinero"
    1997 3988 with new 330 Cummins
    Photo Credit: Whiskywizard

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      #3
      The standard table works, but could be improved. Some ideas are flip up extensions etc. Here's a sample: https://www.marineteak.co.uk/
      1989 26' then 1994 32' now 2001 39'

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        #4
        Thanks Gary

        Uncle Bob wrote: The standard table works, but could be improved. Some ideas are flip up extensions etc. Here's a sample: www.marineteak.co.uk/

        This one would be nice.....if it was about $80 instead of $480!

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        Last edited by Cap_Fury; 11-11-2017, 01:38 PM.
        Greg
        1999 Bayliner 3988
        Twin Cummins 6BTA 270hp
        Malaspina Strait, BC

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          #5
          The problem with the OEM tables on most Bayliners is that they are too big and make it hard to squeeze in to the settee. Obviously, they have to be large in order to have a second function as the base of a bed in the salon.

          Since we've never used the settee as a bed I made smaller tables for my previous boat, as well as the current one. Since the step-up to the settee on my previous boat (1989, 2858) was oddly shaped, a table with the OEM profile would work best. I made one following this profile but made every dimension slightly smaller. I use pre-finished birch plywood with a 1/2 round moulding for the edges. The table was inexpensive to make and looked great.

          On my current boat (3788) I went with a pre-made, unfinished top from this outfit: https://box.tablelegs.com/configurat...table-top?tf=1. I specified radius edges with 3" diameter corners for safety.

          In both cases I used the existing table pedestal and base.

          3788 table


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          1999 3788, Cummins 270 "Freedom"
          2013 Boston Whaler 130 SS
          Anacortes, WA
          Isla Verde, PR

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