really impressed with the outstanding high level of finishing,
every detail, even when hidden behind a panel,
rear of the dash f.e., the spare hoses with a rope,...
all unbelievable. A real piece of art !
I like the design of the galley, black granite (marlin?) with white oak, and straight lines, no curves, we have the same at home in our kitchen.
Modern, but nevertheless timeless. imho
Finally a boat without the boaring old fashion glossy cherry wood furniture.
Question: what is the long small black slot on the dash,
just above the engine start stop buttons ?
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Thread: Boat in build pics (Squadron 78)
23-10-10, 01:12 #521
23-10-10, 12:19 #522
Looking good jfm. Excellent idea to take out the curves in the master cabin. Curves waste space and space is at a premium on any boat even a 78 footer
23-10-10, 12:38 #523
23-10-10, 14:48 #524
As otherrs have said - coming along really well.
Those shots of the cabin remind me.
Anyway, did you say that the switches in the cockpit were for deck lighting and shore power master relays?
Dont you think that it would be a bit too easy to switch the shore power off without meaning to?
Shouldnt the switches be a bit special - with covers or soething?
23-10-10, 17:26 #525
23-10-10, 19:08 #526
On a more serious note, I must say that the cleats/winches/fairleads looks like a bit of an engineering afterthought.
Truth be told, I wouldn't mind giving a hand with the lines, anyway...
Are you thinking to varnish the teak rails?
I'd rather keep them unvarnished, they look beautiful anyway and the touch feeling is much nicer imho.
24-10-10, 19:52 #527
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24-10-10, 20:31 #529
24-10-10, 20:38 #530