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Hey Heinzir

I like the Cedar. It gives the boat a warm feeling. I am doing my v-berth with the very same stuff. I will try to get some picturesg.

Did you put any kind of finish on the Cedar? I am wiping on Tung oil.

Nice work, cute kid.

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Thanks Paul,

I varnished the cedar strips before screwing them in place. The picture showing raw wood was of a trial fitting so I could cut the pieces to the proper length.

Monet was about 16 months old when that picture was taken; she's 2 and a half now. Loves sailing. We have 2 grown kids, ages 31 and 27, but are raising 3 grandkids.
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Thanks sailingdog.
Actually when I started it was fully operational.
This is some pics of the original galley companion way, and nav station.
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We just bought her, and she's no where near as impressive as some other interiors posted here, but she's ours.

The previous owner redid the upholstery, and it was a nice job on a 25-year-old boat. Here are a few pics from the listing:







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I'm in the middle of a complete rebuild of my interior. This is my inspiration.
This is off the Morris Yatchs site, this is the 52 I think.

Less fabulous pictures can be seen here.
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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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I'm in the middle of a complete rebuild of my interior. This is my inspiration.
This is off the Morris Yatchs site, this is the 52 I think.

Less fabulous pictures can be seen here.
Wow ...what a light and fresh interior....very nice.
I opened the pictures link….you’ve been doing a lot!
Are you using cork board for insulation?
Again….very nice work.
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