Yacht Interior Upgrade
This yacht, a Searay, was built in the mid ’80’s and my job here was to simply replace the Lucite handrails, black acrylic panels and pickled oak tambour and mirror frames with the wood shown here, called bubinga. The interior of this large power boat consists of a galley, a big salon, guest berth, two heads, and the Vee berth that has a queen bed. I was able to pre-finish all the new parts off the boat with an epoxy finish. This can only be done where the flow properties of the epoxy mixture can be controlled, as with a horizontal tabletop. There are two plasma TV units, one in the salon, mounted above the new curved front cabinet and another smaller one fitted in the V-berth… which had to be combined in the wooden mount with the existing A/C grill. I used a shot of silver spray paint to match it with the TV. There are several drawers in the staterooms that received new fronts, as well as many mirror frames, like the one shown, that are hinged as doors for the hanging lockers.