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Re: Finally finished the interior refit

Thanks guys, we did it all ourself aside from cutting the foam, and in hindsight I wish we'd done that too.
Smack, the photos were taken as we got off the boat today from our first overnighter with the puppy, so we'd already drunk the booze the previous night. Rest assured, there is plenty of storage for booze (although we're thinking of adding a wine rack )
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Re: Finally finished the interior refit

Wow, that turned out great Paul! I am about to start the same kind of project on my 1979 San Juan 7.7. Where did you get your fabric and foam from? Why do you wish you cut the foam yourself?
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Thanks Jeff. The fabric came from FabricLand in Victoria (there's one in New West I think too), it's actually outdoor fabric so it's water repellent, stain resistant, mildew resistant etc, but still soft and easily sewn. The foam came from a place up in Duncan, I would cut it myself in future as it's cheaper and I think I'd do a better job of it.
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Topmarks. Always good to see someone get it done.
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Re: Finally finished the interior refit

Good job. I like the colors. For my cushions, the foam was easly cut with an electric meat knife. The sliding storage is a good idea, but, warn guests not to grab the rail while underway!
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