Presentation on theme: "Starboard Side: Looking Forward Notch accessed by removing small Teak pieces A fore/Aft floor support was fit into this notch, which was, of course, one."— Presentation transcript:
Starboard Side: Looking Forward Notch accessed by removing small Teak pieces A fore/Aft floor support was fit into this notch, which was, of course, one of my saw cuts. Fiberglass on the hull was adhered to The sub-floor, which I cut with a Dremel. Floor New floor supports
Starboard Side: Looking Aft Aft notch could not be easily accessed without destroying the floor.. Tilting the floor allowed fitting the new notch. One of the cuts
Port Stainless Steel Brackets: Bolted Thru; 5/16” SS Bolts Support, welded to plate serves as base for hatches. Three 5/16” Lag bolts, underneath
I’m sure, I think, I put the step back in the proper position. Take really good measurements on this, and be sure they make sense a month, or so, later. No, really, I’m sure…. One of the cuts
In Place, held laterally with teak piece. The outboard holds are glued and screwed To the floor supports. (Not seen here)
Great welds, huh? Pressure tested at 7lbs for several hours, however.
Floor section down, Sub-floor glassed to hull. It really fit back in place well Seat remains: Pieces came out in tact, except plywood base. Drawer facing, I did have to re-veneer, however.
Just thought I’d throw this in…. New Enclosure Hood SS Hatches SS around port lights I hate this ladder Hope this helps; it’s only one way to get to it. New Paint on deck