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Old 23-11-2013, 16:59   #76
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I new it. The Admiral took one look and said "I want that too!"

How did you manage to match the timber.
No worries. I can give you all the info you would need with blue prints.
The wood is 8 ply marine plywood with a clear lacquer top coat all over.
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Old 23-11-2013, 21:57   #77
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Oh please!!! I love them look fantastic. I want the plans too.
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Old 24-11-2013, 14:24   #78
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Here is all the info and drawings on the new Mahe cabinet doors that I promised.
They are made with Maple 8 ply cabinet plywood.
I clear coated with Minwax Fast-Drying Polyurethane-Clear Satin finish.
The mesh inserts are the same kind you cover catamaran windows with.
The Screening Spline is .175 inch (4.44mm) diameter
This was a fun project and looks a bit more upscale than the curtains, plus gives better air circulation.
The doors are super lightweight, so it works well for a catamaran.

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Old 24-11-2013, 18:21   #79
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Re: Interior

Many thanks. Another item on the to do list!
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Old 11-12-2013, 23:28   #80
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Here's the shop on Vaya con Dios. Port forward cabin converted. Look and works good.
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Re: Interior

I too made a cabinet/bench for the salon. I used one sheet of birch plywood, 1 piece of 4 inch pine and some doors that my Dad had in his "spare" wood pile. I don't like the doors but until I find what I want, they work. The top smaller doors are just wide enough for silverware trays. I could put in another shelf on one side, but for now, its good. Husband says he doesn't want or need a cushion on top. Maybe sometime down the road we will get one.
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Here is another idea for the galley. Works really well for everyday access to mugs and cups.

Cheers!
Janie and Kevin
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Cockpit Cushions

We lost one of our cockpit cushion overboard. Anyone have a source of supply for a replacement, presumably the original owner got these as an option since they look like the ones in pictures of other Mahes with cushions.
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I am not sure but i think i saw a label NV Nautisme on our cushions, but since the boat is long sold i can't check.
Or ask FP, but don't expect stellar customer service or price.
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