My H25 (Virage III) has a table in the middle of the cabin in front of the port-side seat. The timber table top sits on a metal tube leg with a square base at the bottom. The table is little wobbly. Although the leg is stable, I'm thinking of replacing it to a height adjustable one. Under the cushion, the L shape seat has a little ledge on the corner, which looks like its meant to support a table when its lower position to create wider bunk.
Does anyone has a height adjustable table? Is this type of mechanism cause more problems for unstable table? What do you think?
Hi Virage. The table on my H25 sounds exactly like yours. I've actually taken the table top off the boat completely. When it was set up, the table reduces the space in the cabin quite a lot and for the number of times I would use it, I didn't think it was worth the hassle, so it is now stored in my shed at home. I did keep the metal support tube on board because one end of this tube perfectly opens my fuel cap!
Another project I have upcoming! I had a fixed table assembly bolted to the floating floor which I have removed and intend to make more usable by allowing the table to pivot. I spent 3 weeks in a campervan (probably bigger than a H25!) touring New Zealand with my wife on honeymoon which employed a detachable and pivoting table that needed to be removed to use the bedding but also able to be moved around when dining. Its simple engineering using a bent L shaped piece of tubing attached to the underside of the table and that fits into another slightly larger piece of tube that is bolted to the vehicle. At each end the L section is allowed to pivot in the larger tubing but can be stopped at any position with a hand screw. The L shape means that the table can be swung in towards the seating or away as required and to also allow the table top to pivot allowing more flexibility as long sides are exchanged for the shorter sides of the tables rectangular shape. The table top and the L arm can also be easily removed when required to open up the space entirely.
I intend to race,cruise and entertain on Omega and therefore need a table that is useable under all conditions. The campervan design worked well and i can't see any shortcomings for it on a H25.