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Pack Mule 05-30-2018 10:09 AM

New ceiling paint
 
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Joy is at it again . She just finished the aft deck ceiling.:) One and a half quarts of Total Boat Wet Edge Kingston Gray

Dawdler 05-30-2018 10:34 AM

good job but looks like the overhead to me :)

Pack Mule 05-30-2018 10:40 AM

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Originally Posted by Dawdler (Post 667547)
good job but looks like the overhead to me :)

Thanks youíre right itís the overhead not the ceiling.There are no ceilings on boats:o

boathealer 05-30-2018 10:49 AM

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Originally Posted by Pack Mule (Post 667549)
Thanks youíre right itís the overhead not the ceiling.There are no ceilings on boats:o

Oh, but yes there are! :angel:

Term: ceiling (n)
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Definition: The lining or inboard sheathing covering the frames of a wooden boat. Usually ceiling is light planking or slats covering the frames in cabin areas to provide insulation, deaden sound, reduce condensation and provide a more finished appearance. (Lubbers beware: the ceiling is located along the inboard sides of a ship, never overhead.)
---- http://www.seatalk.info/cgi-bin/naut...ing-dictionary

RT Firefly 05-30-2018 10:56 AM

Greetings,
Mr. PM. Looks great. Does Joy bill by the hour or by the job? Actually, I think there ARE ceilings on boats they're just not overheads. I think you could liken ceilings to wainscot on boats.


ceiling (n.)

mid-14c., celynge, "act of paneling a room," noun formed (with -ing) from Middle English verb ceil "put a cover or ceiling over," later "cover (walls) with wainscoting, panels, etc." (early 15c.); from Old French celer "to conceal," also "cover with paneling" (12c.), from Latin celare "to hide" (from PIE root *kel-(1) "to cover, conceal, save"). Probably influenced by Latin caelum "heaven, sky" (see celestial).


So, I expect you have a ceiling in your saloon...


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Aw snap. Just a bit too late...

Pack Mule 05-30-2018 11:25 AM

I’m glad she pulled the blades off and taped off the
“overhead fan” .

RT Firefly 05-30-2018 02:48 PM

Greetings,
Mr.PM. Pre-apologies (must be off my meds...). IF you bought that fan at a big box store it probably IS a ceiling fan beautifully mounted to a freshly coated overhead...


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William is lookin' mighty fine...

FF 05-30-2018 04:26 PM

Is that one of the newer DC overhead fans , you can operate on the hook?

what_barnacles 05-30-2018 08:49 PM

RV's have had DC powered fans for years. Mine are wireless and app controlled.

hmason 05-30-2018 09:12 PM

So if I attach a fan to the saloon wall it is really a ceiling fan?

FF 05-31-2018 05:57 AM

"So if I attach a fan to the saloon wall it is really a ceiling fan?"


More likely it could be a food or people processor.


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