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Old 08 May 2013, 19:18   #1
Country: UK - England
Boat name: Carpe Diem
Make: Ribeye 650S
Length: 5m +
Engine: Yamaha F150
Join Date: Oct 2012
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Humber console & (x4) jockey seat layout

Humber Destroyer 6m Project

I am now ready to start thinking about the layout on this project and have so far done a cut out of how everything looks. The first photo shows how the console will sit (s*@t its wide!) and the second photo shows the jockey seats (two white chalk marks show the rear jockey seat outline.

I basically arranged the seats with 12" in front of seat base should you want to sit with your knees together for both row of seats and as you can see the rear seats are very close to the rear of the boat and am now surprised as to where my 6m has gone I now have two options

1.) I trim the external flanges on the console on the corners and push the console as far forward as possible although I must keep a channel at the side clear for water to drain

2.) As the jockey seats have stainless steel backs with handles for passengers behind me to hold onto I could reduce the gap between front row seats and console and also reduce the gap between front row and rear row seats meaning that the passengers will all be stradling the jockey seats as they are supposed to I guess.

If I go for option 2 what dimensions are people working to please?


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