Friday, October 03, 2008

Hide, Gas and Stable doors

Well when we arrived this time we were hyper ventilating because we saw the saloon four seater settee ( yes! four seater) having its leather cushions fitted. Also the side doors had been painted and the inner panel fitted which looked the nuts.

Merick had done a great job on the cushions and the quality looked fantastic. We wanted that phuffff feeling when you sat down in it, and boy that had been achieved, with everything looking and feeling just how we wanted it. It looked smaller in the boat,and made the saloon seem bigger, but as you can see with Julia and Al feeling comfortable, it will seat four people with ease. Under this will go two poofy's for putting your feet up, sitting on, and storage.
Also working hard was the gas man fitting the hob and cooker, which really looked good in the galley. We were glad that we have now had a full size hob as Al loves her cooking.
Simon had carried out a fantastic job on the bow stable doors which we loved, there is great attention to detail here.
Pete had done the cratch table which we had to check for size, and now we only have to check the height when the cushions are fitted.
Here are some of the motley crew at Fernwood checking out this blog, while having their lunch break.... Well done lads you deserve a rest, but now it's time to get back to work....

3 comments:

Kev said...

Hi Del/Al
Looks great now and surely you wont have to wait much longer before your afloat, good look to you both.
Kev & Ann (4EVERMOORE)

Peruvian Skies said...

Boat looks great!!!!! any news on the launch date yet??????

Del and Al said...

Hi both

Hope your both well..

Hopefully Derwent6 should be ready in the next month (or so)
We are both so pleased with the way it is all turning out..

Looking forward to meeting up again!