The boat is very very nearly completed now. In fact, it may actually be finished as this is being written! There were just a few minor bits of tidying up to be done when we left this morning. So here are some recent shots, taken by Graham Reader…
The seating and the table in the cratch “conservatory” area look really good. Note the glass panel at the front, and the nice roll-up cratch covers either side, which can be blackout or clear as we wish. The rich oak flooring is also lovely. We will be spending a lot of time out here.
Stepping inside the saloon, on the right is the trusty Morso ‘Squirrel’ solid fuel stove. On the left is the TV system which links to the satellite dish on the roof (note the cabling has yet to be properly installed behind the telly).
Turn around, and we get this view of the galley (the washing machine will be inside its own cupboard by the end of today). The kitchen area is spacious.
Here’s the middle bedroom:
And the back bedroom:
Between them is the bathroom:
The door between the back bedroom and the bathroom is a folding door, very well made by Martin at Louise’s suggestion:
So, we’re all ready to board ‘Froth’ tomorrow for the official hand-over!!!
We will not take her on the maiden voyage until the wind has calmed down next week. In the meantime, one particular crew member is raring to go:
Note the handle on the back, so that she can be fished out of the canal easily if she falls in. She loves it!