Overhead cubbies

Published date: March 6, 2015
  • Boat Type: Boat Type

I made these last year. They are held in place with four screws and some small angle brackets screwed into the liner. Made of teak and painted plywood like the rest of my additions inside. Epoxy coated before painting. Has the same glass decorations which seem to be a shell motif in keeping with the shallows and beaches I bought the boat for.
These shelves don't add a lot of storage but they impact the open feeling of the boat little. I ended up putting things like device chargers and other fussy things thst get used frequently.

Published by: Ixneigh

Model Year: 2011
Photo Caption: Overhead cubbies

Overhead cubbies


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