This week we take a close look at that saloon table that has a coffee table incorporated into it. Amazing to think that in the same week the same man is also doing the rubbing strake.
Week 24 has been a really busy one, from what I can make out from the video clips. You’ll get a good idea from the following video clip, which Liz guides us through with ease.
Weekly Video Round-Up
In the space of one week that coffee/dining table comes on in leaps and bounds. It’s starting to look rather splendid.
Saloon And Coffee Table
Wow. In just one week Pong has managed to finish the tables and get some varnish on them too. You saw most of the early stages last week and if you caught this week’s video clip, you’ll have seen the progress. Here’s a couple of grabs, the first of the saloon table and the second of the coffee table.
One of the last jobs for the carpenters is the fixing of the teak rubbing strake. The outer layer of teak was a little tired so it was removed, along with the stainless rods that lined the outside, and the teak strips replaced.
Electronics Have Arrived
You saw last week that the navigation equipment has arrived. This week Sombat, our electrician, and Liz took everything out of their boxes and have started sizing them up. They’re using my schematics I left them so if there are any cock-ups, blame me!
The saloon table should be close to being finished, which means the workshop need to start thinking about the stainless pedestal. Talking of stainless, there’s the swimming platform to finish, and I’m hoping we might see some progress on the electronics too.