Things are moving along in the V-berth, though not as fast as I’d like. In other words, it’s about the same as since I first started this project!
Next, I need to prepare them for installation.
The V-berth bathroom wall was cut, fitted, and installed by a clown of a contractor who was working for me a few years ago. Since he didn’t install the wall with the leading edge perpendicular to the floor, everything that attaches to it is off. And that means it takes more work to make things not look too goofy. I’ll eventually put a piece of veneer here, but it would have been nice to have the panel installed right from the start.
The vertical cleat used to be part of the original mahogany toe rails that I recycled.
Normally, you wouldn’t use a level on a boat. But I’ve leveled the boat by adjusting the boat stands with a 4′ level on the floor. I recheck it every few months to make sure it hasn’t settled and thrown off the level.
With sticky epoxy everywhere and super high temps in the tent, I called it a wrap.