Our maiden voyage last summer with our new to us and newly rehabbed '92 13ft Scamp
taught us many lessons and authored a whole new list of desired improvements. Among them was a 'cargo net'. With the table in bed position we wanted to be able to use the bed as storage area while in transit. But without a 'cargo net' to keep things on the bed, everything ends up on the floor.
I thought for months on how to best accomplish this. I landed on using a new(ish) to the market camera strap anchor system that is brilliantly designed.
These anchors come from 'PeakDesign'. https://peakdesign.com/store/anchor-links
Unfortunately, I had to order two sets to get enough parts. Some will say that this is too much of a premium cost. But for me the results were worth it.
The lollipop anchors pass through the fiberglass on the side of the closet and the side of the kitchen cabinet - passing through small holes and anchored on the backside by $.40 key chain rings.
Strapping was bought online as were the tension buckles.
Fabric is polypropylene bought for just a couple dollars at hobby lobby.
Sewing was done by my father (Yep. Dad. He has mad sewing machine skills owing to 'Frostline' projects from the 70's).
The cargo net clips on and off the lollipop anchors. The tensioner are a part of the net.
When not in use, the lollipop anchors are hidden by the cushions.
It may be over designed, and overly expensive ($60ish for the entire project). But I love the results and thought I would share.