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3888 Galley 20 Jun 2007 15:55 #1

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3888 Galley 22 Dec 2007 17:26 #2

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You're really done a lot of custom work to this boat...nice nautical flair. The one knock I've had about Bayliners is the lack of beautiful woodwork.

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3888 Galley 25 Dec 2007 18:10 #3

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I really like the dishwasher you installed in the cavern. Who is the manfacturer? I rebuilt mine as a large drawer, but I like your solution better.

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3888 Galley 26 Dec 2007 16:59 #4

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The brand is a Fisher Pykel from Downunder. A little on the pricey side, but under one boat buck & it gives you many points with the Admiral.
One of the main for me was that it uses somewhere around 3 gallons of water per wash cycle. We are on the hook a lot and this does save water for us. I do have sea water plumbed to the galley sink, but it is damn cold in the PNW and it was really hard on the Admirals hands.
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3888 Galley 16 Apr 2008 23:52 #5

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Nice job on the dishwasher installation! Do you have storage to the left of the stove where the teak w/ handle is? Where do you keep your pots & pans now that the "cupboard" is now the dishwasher?

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3888 Galley 23 Apr 2008 22:43 #6

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Some are under the sink, and some are stored in the mid cabin where I squared up the dinette.

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3888 Galley 30 Apr 2008 17:43 #7

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Ahh! Very clever. I rebuilt our table to match the settee. You rebuilt your settee to match the table. Thanks for the ideas.

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