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I bought "Comino" from an Irishman, hence the colors on the port bulkhead. The underside of the dropdown table to starboard was all busted up.



So, we went wild with a hot glue gun, and decorated the underside of the table with over 300 wine corks




Lots of fun accumulating those suckers

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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.
Thanks for the encouragement Hart...but I have to do some fairly extensive glasswork where the windlass ripped out first...yeah...paint will wait hurricane season won't and there's a big hole in the foredeck right now...can see in pic below how I covered it with an old heavy piece of avon/zodiac bottom rubber and weighed down along the sides with chain/and so forth..not great but a good temporary fix...
Can't afford to haul out down there right now...but it's not a small job...probably will be fairly sloppy but waterproof fix for now until I get her up here...with a good sampson post affixed temproarily in rear of windlass area where there's some decent deck left...That little patch job should keep me busy until I can get the boat closer to me as I am 75 miles from her awaiting some fuel-injectors and final title from P/O...Risky..I know..But yeah...when I get the fore-deck done...next thing on the list is the cabin paint..I downloaded a bunch of other C-40 interior pics...most are traditional white/herreshchoff look...plain-jane but bright and airy...works for me...showcases the trim well...and a damn sight better than lime-green..Ill keep ya's posted...
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Pimpin' stove bj!
Yep nice and bright red, i think it came ou of an rv or trailer., but it is mounted to swivel so its all good. I hate the color though lol. The good thing is that that the first mate did cook a 16# turkey and all the fixings for turkey day and it was great!

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hello,
still refitting my one's...have a look
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My 1979 Gulfstar 37 on the day of the sea trial (it's significantly more cluttered with stuff now!):

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Wow regatta, you're doing some AMAZING work!!! Do you do this stuff for a living? You have a killer shop!
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My 1979 Gulfstar 37 on the day of the sea trial (it's significantly more cluttered with stuff now!):

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Nav station


Port Settee


Starboard Settee


V-berth
Great looking interior...I am an admirer of gulfstars...I think they are solid boats but never been on one...that boat's numbers look good except for sail area...Is it a dog in light winds? Even if it is...looks like it gets going with winds in higher ranges though ...and a heavy boat for it's size...iI would guess the hulls on these were built thick as hell...just curious and again great pics...
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Great looking interior...I am an admirer of gulfstars...I think they are solid boats but never been on one...that boat's numbers look good except for sail area...Is it a dog in light winds? Even if it is...looks like it gets going with winds in higher ranges though ...and a heavy boat for it's size...iI would guess the hulls on these were built thick as hell...just curious and again great pics...
Thanks! Gulfstar had its ups and downs... the ones from the mid-70s to early/mid 80s are the best-built. It is a dog in light winds, but it flies in stronger winds... I regularly exceed 8 kts, and I've sustained 8.5kts for over 15 minutes. I think I might have even hit 9kts once (not surfing). The hull is fairly thick by modern standards, probably between 3/8" and 1/2". One of the other boats I looked at before buying this one was a Mariner 41, which has a truly thick hull... 3" in some places.
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Re: Show me your sailboat's interior

I've been meaning to post in this for a while...One picture pretty much does it for my 26'. The alpenglow lights, wheems and plath lantern (small) and the blue bungee pouch things (hand stitched by me) are new this year or last.
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