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Boat Building Gallery: Jarrett Bay – Part III

The third installment of our behind-the-scenes look at the making of Jarrett Bay's largest hull yet

November 20, 2012
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UPDATE! Construction continues on Jarrett Bay’s 77-foot Mama Who. We covered the beginning of the building process in Parts One and Two. Now, enjoy this behind-the-scenes look at the Jarrett Bay yard. —All photos courtesy Jarrett Bay Picasa
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Progress on the mezzanine Picasa
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The bar goes into the salon Picasa
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Progress in the day head Picasa
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Josh in the master suite, working on the bed structure Picasa
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Josh in the master suite, working on the bed structure Picasa
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Fitting the convection oven in the port-side galley cabinets Picasa
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Mezzanine livewell
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Storage locker in the mask Picasa
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Plumbing Picasa
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Trim work Picasa
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Varnish before and after in the companionway Picasa
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New coat of varnish Picasa
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Toe rail Picasa
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Livewell drain Picasa
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Top coat of varnish in companionway Picasa
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Crew bunk Picasa
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Toe rail Picasa
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Special delivery from MTU
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Top coat in the engine room Picasa
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Top coat in the engine room Picasa
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Cabinet doors awaiting varnish Picasa
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Companionway structure in place Picasa
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The rest of the toe rail is glued in place Picasa
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Cabin molding on the bridge overhang Picasa
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Veneer on the salon bar Picasa
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Foot trim glued onto the salon bar Picasa
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