The interior seems really "junked"
up compared to the previous series. The cabin sides have been cut
out for the port holes and the cutouts have been covered over by the Formica
lining them. Lots of stuff is sitting on temp work surfaces. Epoxy
& tools in the galley. There's a water tank forward over the
V-berth area which is now full of tools. In the foreground is the
temp access decking on the right. The center section is out to permit
access to the engine room -- the next big focus of attention.
The "head shot" is for Jim Davis who had to see where
the holding tank was going -- here it is -- all 19 gallons of it.
The Lavac Head sits on a little platform with it's pump on the bulkhead,
and the rest of the head's plumbing sits on a table in the last picture
on this page. I've dry fit it and glued a bunch of it together.
There's another pump and a couple of Y valves with which I can pump the
poop anywhere and probably blow up the tank to boot. I have used
PVC pipe for the plumbing so it will not stink. The discharge Cock
is under the head. Somehow, I will cover all this stuff up with paneling.
To the right is the galley with drawers in place.
Under the sink area is a hole in the floor and another in the hull underneath
for the sea water intake. There will be a Mahogany front and perhaps
top as well. The sink is already made of mahogany ala Tam Flemming.
It's small ala Pete Hill -- I hope not too small. That's what comes
from estimating dimensions from dim photos. The white floor comes out.
Here's the head plumbing. I hope I can remember
where it all goes. the 20 gallon water tank and it's mate will go
under the settees and the big Edson pump on the bunk will be mounted under
the aft deck where it can be operated through an access hatch whilst steering