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I always pictured the interior of the Smacktanic to have more animal print, a disco ball and a chrome compression pole
Actually, it's much larger and well appointed than it looks. Like big waves, cameras never do the interiors justice. Here's another angle:

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Re: Show me your sailboat's interior

Groovy. Presumably there is also parking for an E-Type Jag in a lazarette?
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Re: Show me your sailboat's interior

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i think it is a Ben 39.3
Yeah it's a 2002 Bene 393. Like every other production boat, it seems pretty polarizing; but I've got to say it seems well built, this particular one was meticulously maintained by a retired Navy officer-turned-Marine surveyor. All in all, it seems a significantly more soldily built than my old Catalina 36.
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Re: Show me your sailboat's interior

I've enjoyed seeing the photos in this thread. Here is the salon of my Pearson 33-2, Starry Night. I made new cushions and refinished a lot of the wood.
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Re: Show me your sailboat's interior

Damn it! All of your immaculate boats! Let me throw some 24 year old reality on you! Ba Boom!
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Damn it! All of your immaculate boats! Let me throw some 24 year old reality on you! Ba Boom!
I like your desktop background picture!!
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Re: Show me your sailboat's interior

Harbor, dude, nothin' wrong with that! I'm just glad to see your TP rolls outward. That's the sign of a REAL sailor.

Now how about the story behind that sail on your desktop????
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Re: Show me your sailboat's interior

I expected to see a blender in the galley on the Smacktitanic.

Nice interior shots so far... but you'll have to have them all pulled out after the Savoy Truffle:
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Re: Show me your sailboat's interior

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I expected to see a blender in the galley on the Smacktitanic.

Nice interior shots so far... but you'll have to have them all pulled out after the Savoy Truffle: The Oceanaire, a Custom Irwin Sailing Yacht - YouTube
I remember seeing posts from the owners of this boat on another forum. I read that everything on the interior is bolted down or secured in some way. Not what one would expect looking at the exterior.
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Here are a few shots that I have at the moment of my boat. 1981 Nor'sea 27
I've had it since 4 April and been working on getting it ready to go back into the water. It needed lots of cleaning up but looking a lot better.
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