Monday, January 16, 2006
Now all that's left to do on the rear deck is a final coat of non slip paint, I've made a start on cleaning up the steel on the foredeck.
The priority is the hull, I know, but both the weather and tides don't always co-operate, so it's useful to have something else to do when the weather is right but the tide is not.
The pictures shows a late finish wirebrushing a section of the deck under floodlight.
Truth be told, sometimes it's just easier to work on deck than over the side.
At least the steel is in much better shape on the foredeck than the stern deck ever was, though there is quite a bit more to the foredeck.
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