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Old 06-28-2015, 03:13 PM   #1
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I believe the dinette/sofa in the cabin converts to a berth. I have found a cushion on the boat that looks like it would be used for that, however I can't figure out how to set it up.
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Old 06-28-2015, 05:11 PM   #2
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I have an 01 3000 and I would love to tell you how to do it ..........but never done it and don't have a clue........wish I did but don't.........

Hope someone chimes in and helps you ...can't be that hard.

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I haven't sent mine up, but that cushion and a funny shaped table are under my forward berth. It has short legs that fold up. Looks like you put that table in there and the cushion goes on top of that.
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I found that searching for boats for sale for pictures really help provide the clues to some "how to" or "if possible" scenarios. I've not seen a 3000 yet around here and from the pictures I see online, I don't see how an L shaped would support more. My 2 conversion beds (aft berth benches and dinette table) both have good side rails which would support rails (aft berth) and table (dinette). For my aft berth, I lay 4 rails between the benches and reuse all cushions which have wood backing (support structure). The dinette approach is that the table fits between the 2 rails and a spare cushion goes in. the table covers 100 % of the space. the aft has the back cushions reused yet the dinette has the back cushions as unremovable.

I mention all of this as to see the approaches used and considerations.

Hope this helps.
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please post a few pictures
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I would, but the boat is up on the hard undergoing repair.
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I will post pictures the next time I am at the boat. Hopefully soon.
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Any pictures yet? I think we are missing the additional cushions.
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