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Thanks Smack...it's just that institutional yellow man...it's not so bad when I am on her...don't bother me as much then...I'm so happy then it do'nt matter...
Yep, you have the same problem I had about 2 years(!) ago now.. Lime/yellow must have been a popular colour once. FWIW, here's a "before" pic to match the above:



Don't get too disheartened - you have a lot of potential there!! My advice is to get a can of decent white sealer/undercoat and some masking tape from the local hardware store and start up forward and work back, covering up any to-be-varnished areas (like the table and post) as you go.

It's a good weekend's work, but the interior will feel brighter and you'll then be more enthused to do the varnishing and then sand/paint the interior properly on off weekends and over winter without losing time on the water and without being embarrased about the colour.
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Here she is:



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Here she is:
I like your galley arrangement - that gives me some ideas for the currently wasted space I have port side. Thanks!
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Totally stealing that idea for the fold down counter-top, for my Cal 25...
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Totally stealing that idea for the fold down counter-top, for my Cal 25...
Works great. In addition to creating more counter space, it also serves as a good laptop/iPad desk too.
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Works great. In addition to creating more counter space, it also serves as a good laptop/iPad desk too.
Since we're on the subject.. how is it held up? Got any pics in the raised position??
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Pimpin' stove bj!
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Re: Show me your sailboat's interior

Wow! That's a dead ringer for my boat BJ. Same year, different stove, though--mine's stainless.

Thanks for posting the vid,

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