This SIMPLE Item Has Cost TOO MUCH TIME!! (MJ Sailing - Ep 271)
Nearly 2 years of fiberglassing and we still can't get it right when it counts.
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In this week's episode we're dedicating all our focus to the port side of the boat. Mostly in the galley and head, as we prepare to install a medicine cabinet, and a custom dish drying rack.
The medicine cabinet goes into our guest head easily enough, but the dish drying rack is proving a little more difficult. Because the drain which will let the water leak out is sandwiched between two pieces of foam with no future access, we have to get it JUST RIGHT and we need to do that on the FIRST TRY!!
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Jessica, Matt & Georgie
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Videos made by Jessica, featuring Matt and Georgie.
00:00 – Ugh, It's Still Sticky
03:05 – Guest Head Medicine Cabinet
03:42 – Bilge Paint Over the Holding Tank
05:03 – Bonding In The Medicine Cabinet
09:55 – Guest Storage Over the Holding Tank
10:20 – The Beginning of Our $$ Dish Drying Rack
11:44 – The Tricky Plumbing Involved
14:53 – We Have ONE Shot to Get This Right
18:20 - Closing
Dusty Morning - Billo Boi
Feeeeelings - Guustavv
Golden Crates - Dusty Decks
Stone Cookies - Dusty Decks
Pandemonium (Tribute Version) - The Mondays
Camera equipment used:
- Panasonic Lumix GH5
- Shure VP83F shotgun microphone - https://amzn.to/2rsIHLL
- GoPro Hero8
Previous Boats: 1983 Trisalu 37 - custom aluminum, built in Quebec (Elements of Life) Where we've been: 2.5 year refit in Indiantown,
Florida; Abacos, Bahamas; St. Barth's; St. Maarten; Antigua; Saba; Azores; Ireland; Scotland; Norway; England 1989
Sabre 34 Targa (Serendipity)
Where We Sailed Her: U.S. - Bahamas - Jamaica - Cuba - Cayman Islands - Honduras - Guatemala - Belize - Mexico - Bermuda - Azores - Madeira - Canary Islands - Sint Maarten - BVI's - USVI's
Editing software: Adobe Premier Pro