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Date Posted: - Sunday - 04/11/10 - 7:53am
Author: Paul M31 #106
Subject: Check out this thread on the Fuji site
In reply to: scott aumuller BOOJUM M31 #70 's message, "Nav station" on - Saturday - 04/10/10 - 6:09pm

The Fuji is a not too distant sister of our Mariner and the internal layout is also quite the same.


I am thinking of duplicating the set up by "Rarnold" in the last series of pictures - Best of both worlds - the QB can still be used by a small(er) person or for storage....

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[> [> 32 nav station -- Steve M-32 SEAN O'Sea, - Sunday - 04/11/10 - 7:02pm

Most of the 32s I've seen (and some 31s) have a nav table and wet locker in place of the quarter berth. I am still trying to figure out a way to make mine better but it is definitely there already. I like having the storage instead of the quarter berth. Take a look at the owners pages and you'll see what there is.

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