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Perfect Houseboat Couch

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by Plastech, Jul 16, 2009.

  1. Plastech
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    Plastech New Member

    1 Couch

    Turns into:

    5 Beds


    My family and some friends own a houseboat timeshare and there was something similar to this on our boat except it was not that good of a couch and it was not pleasant on the eyes. We decided to make our own with since we have the materials at our company's warehouse. It turned out very nice and we thought that others my want it for their houseboat.

    The couch is super comfortable and sits 3-4. It is comprised of 5 mattresses that are great to sleep on. The fabric casing for the couch is Sunbrella Marine Fabric. It is fade resistant and protects from salt water and all kinds of weather. It is woven so it allows for breathing and it does not trap in heat or moisture. The fabric also has a high water repellency.

    The dimensions are as follows:

    Couch: 74``x30``x 25``
    1 Mattress: 74``x30``x4``

    If you are interested please e-mail me at digiam1@yahoo.com

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