The port bedroom furniture continues to take shape an hour at a time. It has been hot again all week so by the time I am able to get to the shed it is sauna like. An hour at a time is about as much as I can stand of it.
The Port bedroom hull side cupboard kickboard was glassed in last night and tonight I glassed the 3 dividing walls and front rail into the hull. I also glued a post against the bulkhead on the aft end of the cupboard. I
The next rooms back are the forward berths in each hull and across the bridgedeck. Each bedroom will have a slightly different set up in that the port berth will run across the boat (athwartships) and the starboard
The robe furniture is almost finished. I have glassed the top on. So apart from some bog on the top and up the walls to fair out the tapes all that will need to be done is to fit the drawer runners and hinges so that
The irony of weather! Yesterday was 35 degrees and Dennis needed a hand fitting his seagull striker. I had little intention of doing much on my boat on account of the heat. I arrived a little late and they already had
After a trip to Melbourne during the week I only got to the shed on one afternoon during the week so little got done. I didn’t really get much done to show for this weekend despite putting in my usual 8 hours on
The last 2 doorways, the aft bedroom opening and the ensuite toilet cubicle opening have had the uni rope applied to the decored trenches. Each one took about 1.5 hours. I also cleaned up the last of the doorways in the
The forecast cooler weather did not really eventuate, it was warmer today. Still nowhere near the 38 we had Tuesday but warmer, about 25. I had to work a little faster but no big deal. I got 3 more of the doorways uni
After a blistering Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday cooled to winter like conditions again. I thought the opportunity too good to pass up. I have been avoiding doing the uni ropes in the doorways for a couple of reasons.
I have already made a tentative start to the starboard hull ensuite and last week made the first steps in the port walk in wardrobe. I am trying something I saw in another build blog of a Farrier 41, a shaped bin,