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The completed hatch after it was stripped, and then sheathed in 4 oz fibergass.

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Sanding is finally completed.

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Little Cruiser sealed in epoxy.  Again note damage at waterline from ice.

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Port view.

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View from bow. 

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Hull sealed and nail holes and damaged areas filled with epoxy/microballons .  Ready for final fiberglassing.

.: Microcruiser Refit

To the right can be seen the long awaited interior views of Swamp Thing. The third picture is the most interesting because it shows some components of the boat like the tiller lock, chart table, oar ports and stove mount.

On the left are pictures of Little Cruiser fully stripped, sealed and ready for covering with fiberglass. Hopefully, when the weather warms up in the Spring, we can resume our efforts so that we can be ready for another cruise next winter.


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Top view facing aft.  Note that the deck has now  been patched.  After some more stripping and sanding, it will covered in 6 oz fiberglass.

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Here is a view of the interior facing aft of course.

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This picture, which is facing the stern, shows several important features which are labeled for clarity.

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Here is a view of the interior through the tiller opening in the stern.

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Looking aft over the chart table and out towards the repaired transom.

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View of the bow.  Note mast step which is located slightly to port.
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