Stuart was brilliant and it wasn't long before he was on our wave length with the design.
Here is a rough sketch of the saloon, which we had to take a photo of, due to the fact it was on A3 paper and we couldn't photocopy it.
Don't forget, the main objectives of our requirements were, Quirky with a traditional twist and Keep it simple!
Fernwood have added the quirky bits and as you can see we are sticking to what we all know best and what works. After "Whitefield", Fernwood are pleased about that.....
This meeting was very intense and we were worn out at the end of it , as was Stuart, but we got it all done.
Well! what stage are we at now then?
Stuart is going to recheck the measurements for the bulkheads and the ceiling height and then we are going back to check them. The key factor being the engine room and if the washing machine, tumble drier and bikes will fit and the head height is paramount.
While we were there, Ken stuck his head in the door and commented on the shell. "one of the best we have had for a while" he said (well done Jim). Lets hope it don't sink now when in the water.
Our minds are now doing overtime, due to the fact we may have missed something, but at least the basics are sorted out.
Some great news was heard when we turned up. Congratulations are in order to Stuart who is getting married in August (Well done mate and lets hope our boat is finished before the honeymoon) lol