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Old 16 August 2017, 07:16   #1
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sunbathe platform.

Hello, My name is Andres. I am from Vigo, Northwest of Spain. I have seen this sunbathe platform in the web. Have any of you ever tried to do something similar? do you know where in the net could I find a sunbathe platform for a zodiac sib? Thank you in advance.
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Sorry, I could not upload the photo..
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I think he's somewhat distracted & oblivious of the rocks!
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I think he's somewhat distracted & oblivious of the rocks!

Yep those are probably NOT the Rocks he's cocernrd about or thinking of getting Off!

I have a large 1.75 meter 1m wide waterproof! "Bean Bag" that does a good job of a sun deck when ...The weather plays ball and Mrs M wants to sunbathe
Just remember to properly secure it when not in use and your underway.
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Old 16 August 2017, 15:53   #6
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It is clear that a good captain can navigate through dangerous rocks. Not my case. Now the question is if the platform can resist those two and the captain in the middle. The "bean bag" is a good idea, but Ill try to find something like the platform. I thought about doing one myself with marine plate, but something lighter would be perfect.

Thanks a lot for your comments.
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There is space on my Zodiac 310 for one of those X-leg camp beds. It's exactly the right size but, obviously, only suitable for one - with no option of a brace of bikini babes.
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Hello Mikefule. Thank you, not a bad idea but I like the platform because you can keep things you need to carry (anchor, etc) under it. Also, in winter time you can cover your sib with a canvas avoiding a pool inside the boat. And finally, you never know if a bikini hatch is going to take place
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The construction is probably three pieces of marine plywood, wrapped in PVC material. There is likely one support leg in the middle. It attached to the sides via grommets and hooks / bolts.
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Yes, Richard, I will try to do it myself. Thank you to all for your answers. I will upload a photo when I have it.
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