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Old 31-03-2016, 03:13   #1
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Interior refurb

Well it may not look like three weeks work but we're nearly there.

Boat interior.

In fairness, the three weeks sanding painting was interrupted with some other jobs along the way.

We had our first nights staying on the boat last Saturday and we had a blast. Feels like home

Now on to the exterior and the other lists of jobs.

We're getting there......
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Lotta work, and thanks for sharing !
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Well it may not look like three weeks work but we're nearly there.



Boat interior.



In fairness, the three weeks sanding painting was interrupted with some other jobs along the way.



We had our first nights staying on the boat last Saturday and we had a blast. Feels like home



Now on to the exterior and the other lists of jobs.



We're getting there......

Looks great, enjoy


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Nice job..
Still waiting for the rainy season to end to kick start mine.
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Lot of work there. Looks great!
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