|Here's the old stern doorway in the process of being rebuilt.|
While we've lived aboard, we have: Added floatation to the bow and amidships, added numerous LED lights to the interior of the vessel, added a shower with it's own pump, added a refrigerator, added shelving to five areas of the boat, put in three floor hatches, painted, re-painted (soon to be re-re-painted), did a decorative covering on the floor of the loft, added insulation, replaced the glazing on the forward doorway with a removable window and screen, added two 110 volt outlets, installed the TV, cleaned the barrels of the hull, built a sailing dinghy, built a stand for the water filter. . . .the list goes on and on. Yesterday and today, we've been rebuilding and weatherstripping the gonzo doorway we added to the stern of the boat after we launched.
|Note the stern before we launched? Note that there IS NO HATCHWAY onto the stern of the vessel?|
When the drive failed at launch, I literally had to kick out one edge of the tuftex to get out there.
|New stern door, roughed into place with film still over the glazing.|
|Lucky Morgainne got to do the painting :)|
|The mostly finished doorway. Wow is that Optix acrylic glazing clear.|