Just a couple more pix, because (I suppose I should be pleased) I just found that some pix Nik took on her less fancy camera are rather better than mine, bother!
So here they are without any commentary (you'll be pleased to know!):
Thursday, 19 April 2012
Here you see a high-lift forklift loaded with a lot of bricks they'll use as ballast. They started unloading these on the afternoon we were there. That task and adding all the spray foam insulation are next on their list. Then a view from the highest woodworking platform, which makes her look quite small:
Just in case I was looking the wrong place, I checked the other half too:
What should follow now is a picture of the really beautiful and yet brand new bronze portholes from Trinity Marine, but guess what? I forgot to take a picture, so next time I will. So we spent most of the day going over most of the internal design details with Mark, who's in charge of all that; he now has Marius's photoshop imagination-led impression of what we'd like, and we've agreed to pay a bit more for some more panelling on the end wall of the saloon, to make it complete. Lots still to decide, and we dropped into a nearby supplier and picked the materials for the seat cushions in the wheelhouse and in the Side Cabin (small bedroom). Well, until next time....
Thursday, 5 April 2012
Well, I'm well behind on my entries, and now I've a 'work-around' the software problem. We've made lots of visits so there'll be lots of pictures, too many really so skip to the best ones, but this is meant as a record of the major changes! For example, on 19th March we visited and found a much more complete shell: