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Old 03-10-2012, 09:33   #16
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By any chance do you have pictures of you setup? Would love a finished shot of the current layout.
Ours isn't same as your current layout, it's almost identical to the layout you want.

Strangely enough I thought I had pictures of the galley from the new oven install. But I cannot find them
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Old 03-10-2012, 09:55   #17
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Ours isn't same as your current layout, it's almost identical to the layout you want.

Strangely enough I thought I had pictures of the galley from the new oven install. But I cannot find them
Haven't had my coffee yet... hehe. Thanks for the clarification.
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Re: New Galley ideas

When we designed the inside and galley of our boat, we used large furniture boxes to get the layout in our minds and where everything would fit. We don't have a sail boat, trawler that we built, but we did take into factor the weight of galley items versus battery placement, etc. The boxes helped make decisions on space, etc. Just a thought.
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When we designed the inside and galley of our boat, we used large furniture boxes to get the layout in our minds and where everything would fit. We don't have a sail boat, trawler that we built, but we did take into factor the weight of galley items versus battery placement, etc. The boxes helped make decisions on space, etc. Just a thought.
Thanks for the idea!
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Re: New Galley ideas

Before you spend a cent, find a copy of Bruce Bingham's "Sailors sketchbook"
Best dollars you will spend on the whole refit.
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Before you spend a cent, find a copy of Bruce Bingham's "Sailors sketchbook"
Best dollars you will spend on the whole refit.
Already got it
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Re: New Galley ideas

Here's a few pics of the galley in our Union 32.

http://i1245.photobucket.com/albums/...ll0202/055.jpg

http://i1245.photobucket.com/albums/...ll0202/056.jpg

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Re: New Galley ideas

Wow, I've seen more space in a phone booth than a couple of those galleys.

I've seen a "hanging" counter in a couple of smaller boats I've been on. I've seen the fold up counter (see below), and a counter with one side resting on the galley counter, the other end hung from the over head with room to still slide your feet under the top, if you wanted to use that side for a sea berth.



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We've got almost exactlly what you have in this picture, I would kill for the counter space you've got in your original galley. A place to knead dough and the like.

Making a cutting board to fit over the sink is an easy way to add additional counterspace. Maybe that would give you the additional space you need. My cutting board fits over the sinks or over the stovetop to help add counterspace.
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Re: New Galley ideas

Brent, we are in progress right now on our Bristol 34. Re-doing everything below decks. Here is a picture of about where we are on the layout. Stove will be to the left, larger sink in the middle and the orig icebox to the right which I am installing a fridge unit. We decided on a larger sink since that is an area that seem way to small on the orig layout.
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Making a cutting board to fit over the sink is an easy way to add additional counterspace. Maybe that would give you the additional space you need. My cutting board fits over the sinks or over the stovetop to help add counterspace.
We've already got that, but our sink is for midgets
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Beautiful galley! Wish we could do something like this but with our center companionway it literally splits the cabin in half limiting our options.
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Brent, we are in progress right now on our Bristol 34. Re-doing everything below decks. Here is a picture of about where we are on the layout. Stove will be to the left, larger sink in the middle and the orig icebox to the right which I am installing a fridge unit. We decided on a larger sink since that is an area that seem way to small on the orig layout.
Looking forward to seeing pictures of the finished project!
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