Discussion in 'Downeast Boat Builders (25 Ft+)' started by Wesmac42b80, Feb 26, 2012.
Punch list getting smaller....
Congrats! Such an exciting moment.
In the last picture my boat is the one wrapped next to the sailboat.
Wow! That table reminds me of a fine piece of furniture.
Ok water pix or it didnt happen
Fine furniture for sure. The whole interior shows fine craftsmanship. They told me a long time ago, "as long as your working on them, you'll never own one". No regrets but envious for sure. Best of luck.
This week! I promise. They have to put hardtop back on the she goes in for a day to get numbers...
The height of your seating in the salon is great, everyone will have a great view out the windows. So often the seats are so low that it is difficult to see much out the windows. Of course it just might be me I'm short.
With record breaking cold temperatures and storm after storm pounding downeast Maine it has been decided to not sea-trial this year. She is all set to go sitting just 500' from waters edge all covered up safe and sound. Will launch come April/May... Patience is a virtue right?
I think that makes you a "Saint". Bummer for sure.
Wow. It can’t imagine who hard it would have been when the decision was made to hold off until spring. Stay busy and the time will pass quickly!
You got a guess as to it’s height or a suggested height ?
The seat should be such that your feet either rest on the floor or have a foot rest built in. If you notice in the picture the seating is built up on a step which gets your eyes higher and still provides a foot rest.
Next time I go up (which should be soon), I'll get you an exact dimension of seat and step.