Measham Outfitting – 7th. December – Continuing Painting of Hull and Fixing of Interior Wooden Battens
The painting continues and we can see that left hand side of the boat, looking from the back is now up to finished top coat.
Various other parts of the company “livery” are undercoated ready to receive first and finished top coats of gloss paint.
The right hand side of the boat observed from the back, to the left as we look at the image, is the lightly sanded first top coat waiting for the final top coat of gloss.
Looking to the rear of the boat.
Interior “battening” is now almost complete.
The interior paneling and all other fixtures will be fixed directly or indirectly to the wooden battening, very very few items are fixed directly to the steel of the hull.
Port hole surrounds, and porthole “trims” can be seen at the side of the boat ready for fitting.
Roof battening ready to take the roof panels.
But before any interior paneling, roof or sides, takes place the interior, between the battens, will be insulated with sprayed polyurethane foam.
Looking to the front of the boat.
Note the white plastic ducting already fitted to the side of the roof to enclose the electrical wiring.
White plastic ducting being fitted to both sides of the boat.