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Lady J post launch interior reveal

Now that Lady J is in the water and the mechanic finally got off the boat, we were able to detail her a bit. Hence the various tools etc lying around still.

Here she is fore to aft and fore again.



A few head shots:







and







the composting head







V-Berth shelving from Bubinga







V-Berth







Forward sole detail







Looking aft







Sole detail







Nav area







Galley detail







Galley







New Blue Seas custom panel detail







Forward







New Tactick instruments







Looking forward







Cockpit forward







Mast base







Spreaders with new custom brackets



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Beautiful...simply beautiful.
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Well done indeed Charlie. Restored very much in line with the boats past, no attempt to turn her into something fancier than she was. Top marks.

Tell me, how much of the interior ended up new versus restored ?

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Again thanks for the Updates, she is a fine looking Lady.
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Very little new at all. She was in good nick when we got her.
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Fantastic! Love the clean look. What kind of wood was used for the galley and head counter tops?
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Amazing work guys!
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Fantastic! Love the clean look. What kind of wood was used for the galley and head counter tops?
I don't know, what ever came with the boat. It looks like yellow Cedar actually.
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