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Interesting Galley Idea: Build It In!

Now, this looks like the sort of thing I'd like to see in galley design!

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Re: Interesting Galley Idea: Build It In!

It seems like a cool idea at first, but I'm picturing scraps making it to the floor. If you put a ridge around it, using a knife would be tough. I've also never seen a built in galley trash receptacle that would hold more than an hours worth of garbage. We still tie a bag to the companionway and use the built-in as storage.

But, if you had the room to make it work, it would be cool.
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Re: Interesting Galley Idea: Build It In!

The dishwasher's a nice idea.
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Re: Interesting Galley Idea: Build It In!

Only on a big boat. On a 34/36ft that block that is there occupied by the garbage and by a removable bench is normally used on a 34/36ft for a drawer for the tableware and an inferior cabinet for the garbage. If that solution is used there will be no space for any drawer
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Re: Interesting Galley Idea: Build It In!

A starboard cutting board that bridges your galley sink will do the same. I have a store bought one that has a built in collapsible basket for the chopped food (or for the waste if you prefer). It sits perfectly over the double sink.
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I love the wooden cutting board!!!
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Re: Interesting Galley Idea: Build It In!

That cutting board would need to be removeable to be rinse/washed.
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Re: Interesting Galley Idea: Build It In!

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I love the wooden cutting board!!!
Now you started it! Cheif2sail will be here to tell us how bad they are!

Looks to me to be a waste of some drawer space, and easy to for get to open the trash can, making a mess, but some happy dogs! You could cut a hole in a cutting board that fits over the sink and put a bowl under it to catch the cuttings.

I agree with Minnewaska all the built in's I have ever seen have been so small they don't make piratical sense. If they were big enough they would take up too much valuable storage space.
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Re: Interesting Galley Idea: Build It In!

Someone has posted similar mod. Only the thickness of the board slides in and out. Is useful for cutting and additional counter space. I would use something less permiable than wood.
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Re: Interesting Galley Idea: Build It In!

I like the idea but I would expect that all that steel drawer hardware to rust pretty quick...

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