|Dinghy davit modified. I chopped off more than two inches so it could|
go closer to a nice support wall which will make the davit system stronger.
|Dinghy Davit base, shortened on one side by me, ready for paint.|
|The dinghy davit base, and two radar mast supports primed with epoxy primer.|
Sal was busy today sanding our 3 doors and painting them with the finish primer. There are looking GREAT! Hard to believe they are 35 year old wood doors. I can't wait to see them with the final paint.
|One more time sanding them perfectly flat and then it's time for the final coat.|
He also primed the two side panels outside the pilothouse doors, the escape hatch for the vee-berth, the stairs to the flybridge, and the boat deck repairs.
|The flybridge steps. Looking SO much better!|
|The escape hatch for the v-berth. Also looking good.|
|The boat deck repairs primed. I can't wait to see this deck with the final|
coat of non-skid paint. It will look great.
Sal had some left over primer so he had me prime the crack repairs I have done on the inside of the flybridge. Two coats and it is starting to look finished again.
|Flybridge bench seat cracks primed. They were at the base of the seat.|
|Cracks primed on the flybridge interior. Starting to look finished again.|
|Our boat name "Adagio" which means slowly and gracefully|
Next week should see all of the spray painting finished. I may still have to paint the non-skid decks, but I hope to have all of the painting done by the end of next week. I'm crossing my fingers.