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Old 12-02-2013
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Re: Companionway doors

Here's my solution - I wanted more light below for rainy and gloomy days.



They are Lexan sheet sandwiched with a frame made of two layers of red oak, stained to more or less teak colour.

I thought that two boards would be less hassle than 3. Not as nice as doors that open and close, though....
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