With the V-berth walls finally installed, the rest of the cabinetry in the room is coming together pretty quickly.
I had these panels painted with ICA a year or two (or three?) ago. They’ve been awaiting installation for too long.
The mahogany plywood stack in the salon is my official progress meter. The shorter the stack gets, the closer I am to finishing the refit. I’m very pleased when it gets shorter. Hopefully, that’ll happen at a faster rate from now on.
With the EZ-One track saw system, it’s the saw that moves, not the panel. So unlike a conventional table saw, you don’t need a huge amount of space. The track also ensures perfectly straight cuts exactly where you want them. You don’t have to worry about keeping the panel tight up against a fence or kickbacks. It’s a great tool for this kind of work.
Next up in our 1969 Chris Craft Roamer 46 Refit: More V-berth Cabinetry.