|A view of the floor of the galley with Laurent on the right. That's his |
head underneath the floorboard in a space just wide enough for his head.
The next day they decided to just remove the floor board.
That list includes putting in new heads (toilets), a new stove, a new SCUBA compressor, a new barbecue grill, and new wiring for the electronics. The air conditioner, freezer and auto-pilot need fixing.
Then there are the things that we keep discovering that weren't done right. The faucet in the galley (kitchen) had the wrong size supply line hose which turned into a several day adventure because Kohler has proprietary supply lines that the previous installers decided to chop through. The main sail has mismatched cars and tracks (when I asked Matt to describe the problem he said, "expensive"). The list goes on.
Good thing Matt can fix things or we would be bleeding money at twice the rate. All that home renovation we did translates well to boat renovation. You would have thought we had learned our lesson though.
We do see the light at the end of the tunnel (hopefully it's not a train). In the meantime, we're doing our part to support the economy. You're welcome.