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Nautic Star Circle Teak Table


The Nautic Star Circle is a stunning unique hand-crafted quality teak table which will add instant style to your vessel. It is also our only table that is designed to show off the carefully embedded traditional compass rose whether it be in the open or closed position.

 

This table is also available opening the opposite way here.

The Nautic Star Circle has a practical folding design which when in the open position hides the stainless steel hinges. It has been perfectly designed to provide a space saving alternative to a full size table. With its smooth rounded off edges and unique design it’s easy to see why this table attracts so much attention.

Having a folded size which is perfect for nibbles and cocktails and an open size to accommodate your al fresco dining needs the Nautic Circle is a perfect companion to any cockpit, and as it is available in two sizes it will fit perfectly too. With Marine Teaks incredible value there is no reason for you not to enjoy super yacht style and quality, whatever your boat size.


The stability of the Circle is maintained by the narrow beading upon which the foldable top rests when opened.

The Nautic Star Circle is carefully constructed around a twice epoxy treated 16mm thick plywood core with 4mm thick teak slats applied to the plywood surface. A black caulking compound is used between each slat. This results in the overall depth of the Circle being an impressive 20mm.

The traditional Nautic Star is embedded into a 250mm circle in the centre of the table. (280mm on the larger versions)

The Nautic Star Circle is delivered to you in a natural state and is ready to be installed in your boat. However, depending on your needs or environment you may want to treat it - we strongly recommend the use of Semco Natural teak sealer if so, which is available under the Teak Sealer section.

The Nautic Star Circle is available in three sizes. 
 

Model
Millimeters
Inches
TC7050250mm closed / 500mm open x 700mm9.8" closed / 19.7" open x 27.5"TC642305mm closed / 610mm open x 940mm 11.8" closed / 24.0" open x 37"TC7110356 closed / 712mm open x 1100mm14" closed / 28" open x 43.3"

 

 

The teak used is sourced solely from fully grown trees taken from large plantations which are carefully managed by Indonesia's own forestry department.

The manufacturers also hold an FSC Chain of Custody environment certificate, making them one of very few companies in the marine industry able to deliver FSC Certified products.


Our Products
 
All our teak comes from state controlled teak plantations in Indonesia. The total area of the plantations has not expanded in 50 years. Through proper documentation, in accordance with the requirements of the FSC-standard, every delivery from EverythingBoat can be traced back to its place of origin in the plantation where the trees were harvested and replaced with new plants.

 
Construction

 
We only use the very best quality timber from selected trees, which is the area of the timber where the annual rings are closest together. There is a big difference between cheap, fast grown, thinning timber, often used for teak garden furniture, and the teak specially selected for the marine environment.
 
Each slat is carefully selected when joining the table together, to ensure that both the colour and the finished look will be in harmony.
 
Instructions for Use
 
Each table comes with instructions in several languages, which describe the best method for you to attach a support of your choice to the table top.
 
UK Delivery
 
48 hour courier.
 
International Delivery
 
Due to the huge quantity that we send abroad every year, we have negotiated special rates for our range of teak tables with our couriers. We offer a flat rate of £25 with express delivery to anywhere in the World with Fedex
 
Delivery is usually completed within two to seven working days.
 
Maximum delivery charge: £25 - If you would like more than one teak table there is no further charge!

 

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