Hi Steersman,I fitted a drinks cabinet in our boat a couple of years ago. Does it count
here's the First-Fit
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And this is the final result. Complete with radio
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and the glasses
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And finally of course - The drinks
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You know, when you build your own boat, you can indulge yourself with features of your own design.
We have a double berth on board which I'm rather proud of, and this seems to be the right moment to show it off, so here it is.
Firstly - just a seat/berth
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Now with the cushions removed showing the slats below, and the lee cloth laying on top
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Now with the berth extended to make the double
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And finally the complete double berth.
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Hi Rogeri wish i can to build my own boat
I quite agree -- from that view it's impossible to see what the interior is really like.Nice timberwork in those Rustlers but unfortunately the photos have been taken with a wide angle lens - probably 18mm - and the resulting distorted pictures do not bear any relation to what they look like through Mark 1 eye balls.......
I am not disagreeing but I would be interested to heard why that would be please.............. the designer put the chart table to port and presumably the galley to starboard. This is quite against good yacht design principles. Do they use 'interior designers' to design vessels these days?
Duncan, you well know that I am protecting my sailing budget at any cost.Don't tell me you fell for all the Valentines Day marketing and blackmail, Jim!
No, it was Mrs FC's turn this year as I had to work. The effect was fab. Pity is was blowing up to 60+knots, which angled the whole scene by up to 14 degrees, even though tied to the pontoon.Fantastic pictures Full Circle! Did you put all the decorations up yourself?