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Old 07-31-2017, 08:09 PM   #1
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Our Journey- new North Pacific 45

So I started this thread in the Welcome Mat forum and thought it would be more appropriate in this General Discussion Forum. If you want to see the first 4 pictures please go that forum same title. Since this will be a "long" over time thread(Delivery not until "Decemberish" I wanted to switch to this one.

In the first picture I am showing the rough build-out of the galley and showing is the large space for a full size stand-up refrig/freezer with built in ice maker.

The second picture shows an area in the salon which is directly across the area with the settee.

The third picture shows the steps up to the pilothouse.
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Old 07-31-2017, 08:36 PM   #2
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So there's no concern about damage to the floor? I would have thought it be covered.
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So there's no concern about damage to the floor? I would have thought it be covered.
Indeed I would have thought that it would be the last thing coming in not to damage it.

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Old 07-31-2017, 09:46 PM   #4
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Indeed I would have thought that it would be the last thing coming in not to damage it.



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Not sure how they do it. Every NP I've seen has beautiful flooring throughout so it must work well.
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Looking forward to this thread!
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Old 08-02-2017, 12:15 AM   #6
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How exciting.
Just goes to show you how durable this type of flooring is. Must have to have it down for cabinet fit.
Will be fun to see the build out process.
Be sure and get some pictures of the engine room.
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Good observation on the flooring-the floors are covered at every stage except this one. They are varnishing the whole boat including the floors and sanding each coat before the next goes on. No one goes in there without protection over their shoes and there is no heavy equipment in there right now to damage anything. These are the build up coats of varnish to get a nice smooth/deep finish. For the final coat all the dust will be cleaned and windows covered in plastic. Hope this helps

Here is a picture of the work in progress of the helm station in the pilothouse.
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pictures of the work in progress on the master suite and the guest stateroom.
This guest stateroom has double berth on the bottom and a single bunk on top. we could fit three in there in a pinch ! The master shows how much walk around space there is.
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Looking good Godfather. Thanks for sharing the pictures. This boat recently popped up on our short list. PM sent.
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