16′ Sharpie Microcruiser rebuild.

Cabin trunk deconstruction

Out came the skil saw and off came the cabin sides and top. We’re keeping the sliding hatch and grab handles which will save a good bit of work. The cabin will also be shortened by about 18″ or so.

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Here’s a quick mock up of how the new sheer will look when the remodelling is finished. The forward raised section will be a well for an anchor and give good footing for working on the foredeck.Cabin top framing.

Above the new framing is being dry fitted before it gets epoxy coated and glued into position. The old side deck will now become and internal shelf and the overall feel inside the cabin will be much less constrained.

If you would like to have your own boat remodelled, restored or perhaps a new one custom built for you don’t hesitate to contact me, Tiernan Roe, at +353 86 1586937. You can also email me or use the contact page form to ensure that your message isn’t lost in cyberspace.

Roeboats, Ballydehob, Co. Cork, t:+353 (0)28 38973 m: +353 (0)86 158 69 37 e:tiernan@roeboats.com

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