Klondike Build

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Re: Klondike Build

Postby steveh41 » Tue Apr 17, 2018 9:03 am

Thanks guys.

Matt, unless we're up on the flybridge I think the wheelhouse will be the best place to be while underway. The seats are raised just enough to let you see what's going by.

Chug, the table will be on a telescoping pedestal so it can be dropped to seat level if needed for sleeping space. Not sure that will be a comfortable option... will have some pics later on.

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Steve
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Re: Klondike Build

Postby mrintense » Wed Apr 18, 2018 5:40 pm

Looking great Steve. Are you building the interior to plan or deviating?
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Re: Klondike Build

Postby billy c » Wed Apr 18, 2018 6:20 pm

Steve-
Great to see you on the final leg of your project. I'm always amazed at your stamina and steady progress throughout the build.
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Re: Klondike Build

Postby steveh41 » Wed Apr 18, 2018 6:45 pm

Thanks Carl and Billy!

The interior will be very close to the plan, except for a few changes in the galley (frig in place of separate door to main cabin, sink against port wall in place of door to side deck) and helm (steps to flybridge in place of hanging locker for foul weather clothes, console for glass bridge) and also some changes in the appliance layout to please my wife. Finish work is definitely more demanding and time-consuming than general construction! So, my schedule is slipping out the window (again!)...

Nearly finished with wiring though, and finally tracked down a pesky leak in the hot water system :D so feeling like we're making progress...

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Steve
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