Iím doing a lot of things in parallel right now because materials are coming in slowly due to Covid and whatever else.
One of the projects I am working on at the same time as the others is the shower
Here is what it looks like. There is nothing in there yet. You can see the shower
pan at the bottom of the picture. That is glassed to the hull
all around. That is complete.
Everything you see here is made from epoxy
The brown at the top was an attempt to get things smoothed out before building the boat
. It is epoxy
and microballoons. The yellow is cured epoxy with peel ply pulled off. Ready for bonding. The bulkhead is marine
ply. Coated in 5 layers of epoxy.
The end result should be a white shower like youíd see on a production boat
. Notice that the upper portion of the bulkhead ends. To the left in the picture. In this area, I would like to put a opening door to use the area behind it as storage
My plan for the door area was to use formica. I could even use that for the entire bulkhead.
If I do that, how do I tie in the formica with the painted hull
at the point where the bulkhead ends and the hull begins? In that large radius cove joint?
I donít see a way to do this without it looking ugly.
Trying for a very seamless look. Without trim and stuff like that.
Any ideas on how to best do this? Keep in mind I cannot use epoxy.