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  Cockpit seat (whippet)
Posted: 9:26:13 pm on 7/13/2014 Modified: Never
 
I have a Mk III with wheel steering.   Sure would be more comfortable to have a seat while cruising.    Anyone know of aftermarket seat kit that attaches to rear stanchions?   thanks  

Steve
1981 MkIII, Hull 886
Etobicoke YC, Toronto ON

  Re: Cockpit seat (syllap)
Posted: 7:30:00 pm on 7/14/2014 Modified: Never
 
Hi,
On mine I simply bought 2 teak steps ( the largest ) which I cut to fit the teak contour in a kind of triangular shape, one on each corner. I think it blends nicely with the teak molding and I have a small Sunbrella cushion that I simply put on when sitting.

http://www.noahsmarine.com/itemMatrix.asp?ic=60502&MatrixType=2

Sylvain Laplante
La Belle Poule C&C27 MkIII

  Re: Cockpit seat (Capt’n Tom)
Posted: 12:52:45 pm on 8/17/2014 Modified: 6:03:39 pm on 8/17/2014
 
Sylvain, could you please provide additional details or photos of your seat setup.  How did you mount the teak steps? I also have a Mark III and want a cockpit seat  Thnx Tom

Tom Ellis
Aries ‘76 C&C 27
The Blue Mountains, ON




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  Re: Cockpit seat (syllap)
Posted: 11:20:43 am on 8/25/2014 Modified: Never
 
Hi Tom,
   I did not want to drill so I glued the teak with polyurethane glue ( the one you buy at Home Depot and others ).
It is basically a triangle that makes the corners more "body friendly"  :-)
I took pictures last saturday but not sure how I can upload them ( about 5MB each, unless I want to trim to the bare minimum image ).
Maybe the admin can chime in and tell us if it is possible? ( ftp or something like that ).

Sylvain Laplante
La Belle Poule C&C27 MkIII

  Re: Cockpit seat (admin)
Posted: 2:02:26 pm on 8/26/2014 Modified: Never
 
There are instructions on a variety of workarounds to post pics in the Forum. See http://www.cc27association.com/site/view.html - "Using photos in your posts".

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