When you have lifelines, glass…
…and soft goods going in, you know the end is near. Looking here at the sill boards and ventilation grill for the outboard side of the freezer and fridge.
Headliner panels, mullion caps, sill boards, all are completed and awaiting their turn aboard in the next week.
Add in electronics almost completed, and you are down to a last few weeks.
The last of the countertops patiently await their date aboard.
Even the electricians (AKA Sparkies) are closing in on the end. This is the forward mast, with just a few connections left.
The forward bulkhead of the starboard coat locker acts as a mounting and connection area for the antennae above, as well as several black boxes. Antennae connections are made here, where they are easily disconnected and grounded when worried about lightning strikes.
The antennae loom runs up the back corner of the mast. It will be covered for aesthetics and UV protection.
The fridge compressors will be tested early. The fan-cooled condensers are for use when hauled out, or if the water pump has quit functioning.
We will close this week with the return air grill for the air conditioning evaporators in the great room.