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Old 03-02-2011, 00:13   #1
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The More-or-Less New Interiors of Our Boat - Have a Look

I thought I would post these pictures of our new interiors. Meggi did all the design work and of coarse all the little details are her ideas. She created 3D models of everything in her Mac then checked that doors really would open and the watermaker membrane really could be serviced if we stuffed it into "that" corner. We are pretty proud of how it came out. Everything was done with re-cycled wood from old houses in Bali. Some of that teak is older than the boat. What you cannot see is how we planned in our loadings for every years humanitarian missions. All the tables etc along with the salon sofa come apart and can be stored so we have more room for that 12-15 tons of boxes. When fully loaded the whole boat is full so we often have to sleep on deck or on the boxes until at least East Timor. That is not the whole interior I still need to photograph the aft cabin and the fore peak and one of the cabins is not shown.
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Very nice indeed. Well done.
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A real work of art....very nice indeed.
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I am in Awe. The attention to detail is quite evident and I can only imagine that was a lot of work to accomplish.

The log as a support post is fantastic.

I would submit those shots to a magazine or two, great job!
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Awesome!
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Really nice, I'm drooling
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She is absolutely, without a doubt- beautiful!!
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One very nice bit of work.... I'm in awe...
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Those pics make me want to be there so bad. Marvelous work. Congrats on buildiing something that is beyond my imagination. I'm going to look at those pics over and over.
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I really should not have looked as we are getting ready to redo our interiors....
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Some of your interior reminds me of Ragland Neil Youngs old boat. But a lot more beautiful.
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Great interior design. Hats off to Meggi.
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I really need to stop looking at these photos as all they are doing is adding to my to do list...
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