fergal.b wrote: »
Leave your fridge turned upside down for a few days and try it again you might get a surprise and save it from the scrap heap.
sogood wrote: »
Great to see you're making progress, though looking forward to actually "seeing", some pics that is. It's always very encouraging to see what's being done and what's possible. Keep up the good work.
sogood wrote: »
Lovely job, she's looking good. You'll have a lovely boat when you're done. Do you have a deadline of any sort with regard to actually getting out on it? It's a terrible thing when the itch sets in and you're busy working while the summer slips away!
Keep up the great work.
Nice one ,
must be hard to have to do it again but at least this time as you said you've stripped it bare and can account for every inch of it when you're done . I'm just in the process of getting an Elysian 27 back in the water where a "quick tidy up" turned into a total refurb 🙄 ....
For example ...... "tidying up" the aft cabin
Looking good and will be a great escape for the new family, might be worth thinking of a diesel night heater at this stage it will be easy to get the ducting to where you want it and a happy warm family will mean you will get a lot more use of the boat. Check out Autotermireland for heating you can get cheeper Chinese but with no safety cert for here I don't think they are worth it also by the time you buy stainless steal through hull fittings for one you will end up around the same price. Great to see someone else going through the same crap I had to 😀 my engine was also under water but as long as you get it sorted before the rust sets in she should be fine.