Cabin

While the boat is upside down, some of the work inside the cabin is now a bit easier. The boat rests with the cabin top on some 2″ foam. Underneath the transom are a couple of blocks to level the boat. While it is the ideal height to work on the outside, access to the interior is somewhat ‘challenging’. Once inside, it is quite ok to work on various bits and pieces. Some of the things I have done so far, include putting glass tape along the cockpit-deck / cabin-rear joint, some fillets inside the forward storage area around the forward deck, and cleaning (sanding) around the carlings and cleats. All of these jobs would be so much harder with the boat the right way up.

There is quite a list of things to do inside the boat: sanding, priming and painting …