I think that the green tape is bringing a lot to the overall look of this door. With the door complete (except for some latching hardware) the tri-fold top needs to be built. One more teak board from America's Wood Company in Washington ME and we shouldn't need any more teak to finish this boat. The top will need to be able to be opened and closed from the top and bottom. The ability to lock the door from the outside should also be a goal.
Looking at this picture its tough to see the amount of work that has been dumped into it. I've been on the door (on and off) for a few days and Jeff was able to get the outside frame finished today (glued, sanded, bunged, chiseled, sanded, and oiled). Tomorrow will be the final day on the door project and we can move on to getting this boat out the door.
Dan Jr. prepared the floor inside the wheelhouse and helped mill up the teak trim for the "kick board" that is going to separate the gel from the paint. All the final aluminum parts have been finished and are set to be sent to the powdercoater. A name has been picked and fonts are being discussed. The end is near............
And in non-companionway news we are building a 32' Osmond for a guy in Bermuda, and here it is. If you want up to the minute blog updates click on the RSS stuff, I don't know how it works but it will tell you when I put new stuff up instantly.