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Messing about in the galley was both frustrating
and rewarding. There is not many projects you can take on that will produce
such results with so few efforts. The formica counter top was delaminating
and thus removed. Since the framework was still intact, installing a new
top was no big deal. Marine ply to the rescue. Cut and screwed to
the frames, it was dressed with tiles. Silicone grout in between tiles.
The fiddles were raised to hold dinerware and such on the counter top. It
is after all, a 'sailboat'. A fluorescent light was added and now
we can 'see the light'. Little mirrors were glued to the otherwise 'small'
locker sliding doors. This gives an optic depth
to the galley area. The icebox, since it was isolated from the cockpit
access, serves mostly as a 'dry food storage'. Four drawers provide
adequate storage for utensils and such items. Below the LPG stove, there
is storage for pots and pans.