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Seafarer 34 Project Cont.
At the end of the summer and this is where we are so far. Much still to do but the plan is to get all the things bonded to the hull that need to be now and then do the interior over the winter. The hull and deck items will be finished in the spring prior to launch
Transmission and flex coupling, need to ID this, anyone know?
20-24 inches between dinette and sink island
dinette to right-forum for this layout is open to suggestions before finalizing-please help!   ...
Did all saloon frames in one application with bracing running across all three.  We plan on heavily barrier coating these after finish dimensions for...
New port light frames epoxied in
view of galley layout with stick representing counter edge.  Its about 8' long and I think that's a plus especially considering that the navigation...
proposed rough dimension of new galley sink.  May be extended further into midships as things progress.  After reading a lot about drainage/flood...
Temp sole for construction.  To my amazement when I lay a level on it it's almost perfectly level fore to aft and I only had to adjust the jacks...
Mock up of Navigation/chart table station and settee with new galley counter minor bulkhead tabbed in place.  This is still a full 6'4" settee if you...
This is the area under the port cockpit settee.  The storage locker I built cut off access to a few through hull fittings from up top so this little...
No more bounce in the cockpit or stress cracks!  Screwed and epoxyed these support braces under the cockpit sole recently, they make a huge...
different perspective of the overhead
The skin I cut out earlier in the summer to removed damaged core has been replaced.  I did not photograph the core material but this is the end...
frame installed.  The red "plugs" between the frame and coachroof are hollowed out fiberglass rod that has a 316 nut epoxied into it.  This was...
coachroof portlight frame
new 1/4" core laminated to section forward of companionway hatch. Also first of the overhead stringers
Port settee mid brace
Storage locker epoxied in
Cleaned inside of trunk with foam backed sanding pad on a 5' stick, came out gel coat white after an hour of work, ready for barrier/paint in spring
We repaired the trunk a few days ago, ground it out a lot and built up ten layers of cloth in some areas
Engine brace and space for bilge access hatch
Integrated support for dining table base
The sub floor finally installed.  304 stainless square tube bedded into West system G Flex epoxy.  Painted prior to installation with a Progressive...

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