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Check out boulter plywood just to get some ideas on the variety of wood available. You'll wonder why every boat manufacturer chooses the same few woods every time.
Along those lines and using that supplier I did the galley in that c320 I mentioned earlier with Birch trimmed with Teak. A bright and different look that some would love and some would hate.
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IMHO...there are no more beautiful interiors than those on the Taiwanese/FarEast boats. Yeah...like my Tayana...but also like Passport and Mason and HansChristian and Hylas and Taswell to name just a few.
The nicer Euro boat interiors are also beautiful but in a different way. Most of the new production boats are more Vegas style!
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Along those lines and using that supplier I did the galley in that c320 I mentioned earlier with Birch trimmed with Teak. A bright and different look that some would love and some would hate.
I absolutely love birch. I'm slowly doing my interior over with birch plywood accented with jatoba (brazilian cherry) nosing. Bright and cheery by day, cozy and golden-red by night.
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