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Hunter 54 two week update...

It's been a long two weeks on the H-54. As you can see the cabin sole is done except for some trim, fastening and polyurethane coating.

We'll start from aft and work forward...



Galley



Nav



Aft berth



More aft berth




Salon



Forward head area



V-Berth



Close up of bilge access teak trim




Here's a couple of shot of what we're dealing with after the teak comes off.



Apparently, Hunter didn't get enough resin against the gelcoat and I can reach down and pull fibers out with my fingers.




Much of the forward housetop is soft and will need recored. The side decks are not as bad. Maybe a layer of glass will do the trick.
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Charile - that sole is looking great dude. Very tight.

Bummer on the gelcoat/resin thing. The side decks are cored as well?
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Yep but they seem to be in better shape. I'm thinking a layer of glass over the top will take care of them. I'll pull a section of core first to be sure.
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