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post #10 of Old 01-05-2010
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Talisman,
That looks like one monumental job you're doing. Engine looks really good. Be interesting to see the interior of your boat. As a center cockpit it has to be a lot different from mine. I too completely redid the water system, doubled the size of the holding tank. Put in new sinks and head.
I got my sinks from Home Depot (or was it Lowe's) In any case, after we found that new marine stainless sinks would cost us hundreds of dollars, My wife picked out a deep white acrylic sink for the galley and a smaller oval sink for the head. I think I have a picture of the galley with its sink in my photo album. The white acrylic really brightens up the galley and for 69.95, when it gets dull ans scratched I'll just pitch it and buy a new one.
Glad I didn't have teak decks especially poorly installed ones. That must have been a hellish job. Anyway keep us posted -- very interested in what you're doing.
BTW happy new year and best to you and yours for 2010

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