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Old 01-15-2015, 11:37 AM   #41
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I prefer the largest interior volume for the boat size. That lets out trunk cabin styles. A must have for me is a real queen size bed as it will mostly just be two of us on long periods aboard the second cabin accommodations don't matter much. An island bed is important so that you don't have to climb over each other for a head call. Plenty of room over the head of the bed for sitting up and reading. We said out last boat drinks 12 and sleeps 2, the maker said it sleeps 8, that depends on how friendly they are. A good shower separate from the toilet etc is a must. For us One head would have been fine,
An emergency exit hatch is critical in every cabin. Large salon if you intend to spend a lot of time on the boat because the
weather wont always be great. The salon seating must be comfortable for spending time out of the weather. I don't like dinettes but many do. I just find them uncomfortable. Galley down makes for more salon space as does single helm up top for best visibility.





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Old 01-15-2015, 07:55 PM   #42
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I really like the look and feel of the rich wood

and cringe at the thought of sanding, varnishing and maintaining it.
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Old 01-15-2015, 08:38 PM   #43
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Old 01-15-2015, 08:56 PM   #44
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Interiors

I am partial to the traditional interior, I agree that some contrast between teak and white walls tends to brighten things up a bit. The interior teak is varnished with a satin varnish, we recovered it about 5 -6 years ago. We bit the bullet and re-did the interior cushions last winter and covered the floor some so the dog wouldn't tear it up. .Some pics below.Granddaughter is taking a nap in the aft stateroom, the last features the new captain.
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Old 01-15-2015, 09:24 PM   #45
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Nice interior. Ain't grand kids a blast! Innocent intelligence, and, our future leaders!


Man, that blue upholstery brightens things up!
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Old 01-16-2015, 03:26 AM   #46
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All our wood is inside.







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Old 01-16-2015, 05:52 AM   #47
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Thanks Art, we had wanted to brighten it up
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Old 01-16-2015, 08:33 AM   #48
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That's the only way I can have it. I have a small coaming on the aft deck made out of teak, and it's too much.
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Old 01-16-2015, 09:32 AM   #49
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What interior style do you like?

My interior is pretty utilitarian-looking-- mostly fiberglass with just some wood trim. The walls are fiberglass with a regular gelcoat finish it looks like. Not very fancy but easy to clean. There is some sort of teak and holly knockoff sole in the pilothouse, but the rest of the floors are fiberglass with a bit of non skid, which I like. There is a snap out carpet for the master and guest cabin however.
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Old 01-16-2015, 10:14 AM   #50
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Our Tolly exterior is wash n' wear FRP, glass surfaces with full sets Stainless Safety Rails!

Wood on outside of our Tolly are two 1" thick, broad, teak step-treads I fashioned and bolted to more narrow metal treads... one for entry to sun deck and one to flying bridge... as well as four small painted wood doors for cabinets on bridge and thin painted wood trim around both slider doors. And, of course, our mahogany flag pole that is stained and oiled,

Pretty stuff is all inside; easy to maintain.
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cardude01,
Love your PY. That's the kind of "modern" I prefer. Much brighter than our boat and we like plain floors too. Ours need painting though.
You've got a very interesting helm and 1st mate "underway" arrangement. One of the things Chris dosn't like about our boat is that there's no 1st mate seating. I made her a removable "jump seat" .. she uses it but not usually.
You're settee is high for good visibility .. I like that.
Overall a wonderful layout and I like the amount of bright FG paneling.
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I like the PY/cardude interior as well. Practical, easy to clean and bright.
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Thanks. I kinda like it as well. Seems well put together.
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I like traditional boat interiors, while blending in a bit of modern. We tried to achieve that on Infinity, by using new fabrics and modern appliances.
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My favorite is the Herreshof look.
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Old 01-17-2015, 01:48 PM   #56
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I like traditional boat interiors, while blending in a bit of modern. We tried to achieve that on Infinity, by using new fabrics and modern appliances.

I like It!!! Perfect blend of Modern and traditional. Winner winner, chicken dinner!
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Personal favourite.
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Old 01-17-2015, 02:43 PM   #58
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I like traditional boat interiors, while blending in a bit of modern. We tried to achieve that on Infinity, by using new fabrics and modern appliances.
Great look!!

I will add some of mine when I get back to the boat in a few weeks

my rear teak deck is to much wood outside

But I love all the interior wood
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I like traditional boat interiors, while blending in a bit of modern. We tried to achieve that on Infinity, by using new fabrics and modern appliances.
Yup....uh huh...I'll have what he's having!

That's perfection right there!!
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