Bottom paint is on, zincs are installed, and Propspeed is on the running gear.
|Wing running gear|
|Main prop, cutter, and PropSpeed|
Here's a good profile. You can see the cables running from the cradle up through the bow thruster tunnel, and up through the hausepipes. I'm assuming it's all part of securing the boat for it's ride across the Pacific.
One thing we added along the way was this stainless bash plate and tow eye. The tow eye is a great attachment point for an anchor snubber, and the plate helps protect against strikes of logs and the like. It's hard to see in the picture, but it extends about 8" below the water line.
|Bash pate and tow eye|
|Stern with swim ladder|
|Exhaust port for diesel exhaust. Also swim shower box.|
|Close-up of diesel heat exhaust|
|Propane locker stocked and ready to go|
|Emergency tiller, articulated so it can clear the cockpit settee and table.|
|Battery charger and fire extinguisher canister|
|Lazarette, DC power panel, battery compartments|
|Auto pilot pumps|
|Air Con unit, pre-wire cable for dive compressor|
|Glendinning shore power system|
|Steps into Laz, inverters in the background|
|Finishing touches on wing engine exhaust|
|Wing exhaust and day tank|
|Main hydraulic pump with protective cover|
|Salon with table and seat cushions|
|Navy blue cushion for cockpit settee|
|Pilot House cushions in place|
|Pilot House helm with wheel and Stidd seat base|