Below is the port side, in front are the shelves with the bottom painted prior to attachment:
Gluing them in place, scraps and clamps to hold down the shelves. The bottom right will be open topped storage:
And with the first coat of paint on:
Below is one of the front access doors for the shelving:
Outside I have filled and sanded the screw holes on the front deck, and sanded the gunwale join in preparation for taping the join:
Overhead in place, seated on a thick layer of epoxy on top of the support and spread on the inside surfaces of the carlines/beam to inside of hatch join:
From forward looking aft, note a small amount of sanding to allow a firm seating and space for epoxy to get in.
From the side:
And close up, bit more clean up to go:
The final piece to date was to epoxy a PVC joiner into the hole beside the Sampson post. This will have a short piece of PVC tube with an elbow and cap for the anchor chain to go down into the locker under the berth:
And the inside, pipe to be fitted to allow vertical fall into the anchor locker. Both pics are just epoxied in, waiting for clean up:
I have started cleaning up the underside of the deck for epoxy sealing which will be followed by some painting and decorative features, the front of the lockers being fitted and more paint.
Back in the groove.