We almost have the interior panels complete. The new seat frames and floor panels have been made and painted.
With the completion of the new engine cover the building part of the new interior panels is complete. Now we can varnish the sides and cover the top with vinyl to complete.
The engine cover has now been coated with sealer and currently has three coats of varnish.
Updates on the Steering Wheel
The rot has been taken out and now we are ready to shape the new wood! In the bottom right, you can see where our contractor has patched a rotted spot and next he is going to sand it out. Piece by piece, this boat is coming together!
A lot of progress has been made in just a few short days. While a lot of wood has to go because of rot, our contractor is being careful to save as much of the original as possible!
Above is an extensive update regarding the progress of your boat.
The video above is an update concerning the steering column, the engine, and the boat.
Our contractor, Tony, is now back to work on your boat! Things to tackle are the sealing boards, prop shaft, and the exhaust. There needs to be some repair to the prop shaft. Refurbishment would run around $300, whereas to buy a new one would be $600. Which option would you like for us to pursue? Additionally, the exhaust is smashed and we are currently on the hunt for a new exhaust elbow.
Two extensive video updates!
There are a lot of updates, and a lot of progress is being made!
Exhaust pipe repair and wiring update
Update on boat and upholstery!
This Holiday is starting to look like a whole new boat!
Updates covering the new deck boards, progress on the exhaust pipe, and a price explanation. Some information is covered in both videos.
Sanding has started!
Sanding Process and a Transom Recommendation
Sanding update! Staining will begin soon.
Progress update on staining. We began the bleaching process and we are very close to putting color on!
Photos of the bleaching process.
The blonde and red have been applied. We want to continue to work on your transom at no extra cost.
We have applied the sealer, so varnish is the next step!
The varnish looks good and the end is in sight!
Check out your new rub rail! Plus, an update on the varnishing process.
To view the update, please copy and paste the link provided below to view the video. Here is a word from Paul about the current status of getting the Cutwater fitted properly onto the boat.
Here is a word from Paul along with a status update on your boat. Enjoy!