All of the dimensions for the bulkheads have come from Alfie's mind, taking into consideration where each drawer, door, or shelf will land inside the boat. All the while keeping the flow of the wood from panel to panel and from bulkhead to bulkhead consistent and pleasing to the eye. So naturally, there are a few corrections that get updated during the week by Alfie, which means we may have to slice an inch off here, or maybe add a couple inches here, so that everything will line up when they eventually get installed in the boat. Because of this, we only have two more bulkheads to place in our finished pile.
On Friday, we had completed what we could with the bulkheads and started moving on to the panels. If you think of bulkheads as lying perpendicular to the boat, the panels will be lying parallel, fore and aft, or the "sides" of the interior.
As we progressed on these, Brendan was busy again with the cabin sole beams. By Friday, he had them all place, glued, and fastened. Now we are ready to start figuring out if these bulkheads will land exactly where they are suppose to on the stringers. If not, the corrections will be made, cut, and then we cat start gluing together the trim.
Hope to see some people at the boat show this weekend, and the time lapse clip will be up later this weekend.