Wednesday, January 23, 2013

update to today

Hi all,
A post at last. after the bunk was fitted work began on the head door and cabin door suports and framing, this has taken quite a while to do trying to line and fit it back now that its all changed.
First job then was painting and properly refitting the toilet floor and frames for the whole area.

Second job was fitting the remade non removable floors and varnishing them, then screwing them down in place. Then I fitted the tiolet and cabin doors after a varning sesion on them too.

next came the tonge and groove panel going fwd, after a lot of sanding and cleaning fitting then varnishing this part was fitted.

Then again the next planks were given the same treatment.

And a view of inside the head.

And then the planks that fit to the hull side were fitted and then varnished and fitted in position.
Finally I have the head back together, and now for the next bit. so a pic of me working on the wood I need, sanding, painting, varnishing and remaking all the bits.
She is begining to look good inside again though.

So more later when I can

1 comment:

  1. Wood flooring is very difficult, but you have done it superbly and make this the master piece. It look just gorgeous.