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Cabinet positions

Work is going both slower and faster than I anticipated. Slower because things are taking a little more time between the need to get the woodworking just right, the heat, and the need to work so I can buy more stuff for Flirt. It is going faster than I realized because there is a distinct change in my Sprite’s cabin every time I do some work.

After a week’s worth of measuring, cutting, shaping, and epoxying, I am down to an almost roughly finished piece of Flirt’s furniture. This is the part that will hold the Origo Alcohol stove I bought on ebay. (more info on this later) plus all the needed utensils and plates for preparing some limited meals while aboard. Once I get the stove into place on it’s gimbals, I can work on completely finishing it up.

Until then, enjoy the pics. This was all built with 1/8 plywood and then liberally coated in glassfibre and epoxy. Soon It will be structural in helping to hold up the deck above it.

Furniture rough4

Furniture Rough 1

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A long time sailor who has been away from the water for too long, I am working hard to bring an old and abused boat back to life. When not working on my boat, I can often be found working as a Stage Hand in Atlantic City or just out and about on my Mountain Bike. I really come off as a quiet and boring person when people first meet me.

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