The original galley
had an ice box and an old Force 10 propane stove
I ripped everything out including the countertops. The original ice box was huge so I saved the box and insulated it with multiple layers of foam cored insulation
board with the highest R value I could get, with heavy plastic in-between layers for a vapour barrier. I finished the walls with custom cut stainless steel panels
The fridge was big enough when I started that I could get in the box to do some of the work
I used the same process to build a separate freezer
under the galley
forward counter that is 18" x 18" x 4 feet deep.
There is another Dometic CB 40 freezer
built-in under the salon
sofa, and a counter top ice maker in a custom pull out drawer in the cabinet next to the chart table.
I replaced the Formica counters with Corian and a custom stainless steel
back splash cut with a CNC router to the contours of the wall. Also use stainless for the back splash and overhead behind the stove
I bought a European counter top four burner propane
stove top for a home and a separate stand alone oven
underneath. Left of the stove is a built in microwave oven
with a broiler element, and built in spice storage
to the right.
I installed the largest stainless steel
sink that would fit, under counter, and a stainless faucet.
The galley is really big for a 44' boat and the layout and design are excellent, one of the best I have seen.
Finally I constructed a custom full size tilt out stainless stainless steel
garbage can that accepts a standard large kitchen bag It tilts out from under the end of the counter when you are cooking
and tilts back in when your done.