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Cabin of the Week

robmurray

Member
Joined
30 May 2001
Messages
127
Location
Live in Marlow
Here is my cabin and my cabin crew of the week. I went on deck to do a bit of cleaning, while "looking after" my girls and came back down below to see them giving Ceilidh Mara some nice TLC on their own initiative! Good to see 2 and 4 year old with their priorities sorted - boat works! It did take me half an hour to clear up but thats not the point...IMG_0076.jpg
 

Gordy M

New member
Joined
23 Jan 2015
Messages
27
Yeah I know the curtains are embarrassing, but they were made by my lovely old mum :)

evening.jpg
 

prv

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Joined
29 Nov 2009
Messages
36,609
Location
Southampton
I'm glad it's not just me who ends up like this in the winter!
Ariam looks quite similar - cushions removed, starboard bunk tool storage and port bunk materials, neither particularly neat. Heads door off its hinges and heads headlining down. Engine bay covers off. Many of the locker linings removed, some with wires hanging out. Cockpit locker contents stacked in the cockpit (under the tent). Cosy and welcoming she ain't, right now.

Pete
 

CatkinMark

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Joined
4 Jan 2015
Messages
7
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Catkin Cornish Cutter saloon -
Complete with passion-killing mast support - wife currently attending pole dancing lessons :)
 

wookey

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Joined
11 Mar 2015
Messages
6
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Joined
2 Sep 2015
Messages
4
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.......
 

Adz

New member
Joined
9 Apr 2004
Messages
23
Location
Hampshire, UK
Chart room, galley, sleeping quarters, dinning room, saloon, heads and cable locker all contained in 27.5 ft
 

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Orion Jim

Member
Joined
21 Feb 2014
Messages
354
After an eight day singlehanded passage to Bermuda I've just set the table for a meal which won't be trying to launch itself onto me or the cabin sole. :cool:
 

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Fimacca

Member
Joined
31 Mar 2013
Messages
197
Location
Somerset
foeu - great cabin ! especially like the pistol to repel boarders ! Is that a white and red jacuzzi I see in the forepeak !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
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