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Old 07-10-2011
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Home center Refit?

I just had to mention this one.. oh my 38' FULLY REFIT Endeavour bluewater cruising sailboat | eBay

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Certainly nothing wrong with the choice of maple. Refreshing after all the teak.
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i especially like the sink.
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I don't think I have ever seen one of these on a boat before.
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Those sinks are a pain to keep clean in a house.
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Maple

Nothing wrong with maple but it looks like they used trim materials meant to be painted and not stained. Different color of wood jointed together etc. The boards on the doors were made so the colors were more symmetrical but?
Maybe it's the "new thing." Sorry if I'm not up on the latest design trends.

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No mention of ground tackle, water capacity, rigging replacement or the age of the sails though.

Still she 'shows well'.
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I think he was trying for the IKEA look.
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