I don t own a 402, but I did sail one on a lengthy passage. I think the position of the mast would make it difficult to replace the table with aMessage 1 of 5 , Apr 2, 2007View Source
MessageI don't own a 402, but I did sail one on a lengthy passage. I think the position of the mast would make it difficult to replace the table with a bulkhead-mounted table.Al Lorman-----Original Message-----
From: Sabresailboat@yahoogroups.com [mailto:Sabresailboat@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of taxsail
Sent: Monday, April 02, 2007 10:22 AM
Subject: [SabreSailboat] Re: 402 table
Any other observations you would like to make comparing the 402 to
the 38 would be appreciated.
-- In Sabresailboat@ yahoogroups. com, "twingrilleroadster "
<mgrishman@. ..> wrote:
> After owning a Sabre 38 (hull #2) for 15 years, we traded her in
> new 402 in late 2001. We too thought that the center mountedtable
> would not work out. After living with it for five years, we wouldnot
> want to go back to the bulkhead mounted table. Most of the timemy
> wife and I are double handing the boat. When using one half ofthe
> bulkhead mounted table, it was kind of rickety. The centermounted
> table is much more secure when only half of it is in use and itdoes
> not matter which half you would like to use. The bulkhead alsotakes
> up valuable bulkhead space. We have a nice piece of arthanging on
> the bulkhead.Walker
> >last year and would like to buy a 402. I hate
> > I sold a 38 MKII
> > table beingin the middle all the time and prefer the fold down
> >boat had. Has anyone installed a folddown table on a 402?
> > Captain Kirk
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... One of the reasons that they went to a fixed table has to do with the fact that the 402 is about two feet broader than the 38. With the added beam, theMessage 1 of 5 , Apr 2, 2007View Source
--- In Sabresailboat@yahoogroups.com, "taxsail" <glenncpa@...> wrote:
> I sold a 38 MKII last year and would like to buy a 402. I hate the
> table being in the middle all the time and prefer the fold down my old
> boat had. Has anyone installed a folddown table on a 402?
> Captain Kirk
One of the reasons that they went to a fixed table has to do with the fact that the 402 is about two feet broader than the 38. With the added beam, the space available (with a fold up table) to be tossed around in a seaway is significantly increased. That permanent table provides a means to prevent that. If you check on other sea going boats of that size you'll see that the permanent table arrangement is pretty common.