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Old 01 July 2016, 11:16   #51
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Are those seats going to be glassed in as well as a few screws
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Old 01 July 2016, 11:32   #52
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Are those seats going to be glassed in as well as a few screws
I think I will take the liberty and answer this question. Like some we do not use screws nor do we glass the seats to the deck. For many years now we have been using deck inserts and bolts. All our decks are moulded with a none slip finish so our system works very well for us.
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For many years now we have been using deck inserts and bolts. All our decks are moulded with a none slip finish so our system works very well for us.
Neat. I had three of my five pods done like that - means they can be removed if more deck space is required.
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Neat. I had three of my five pods done like that - means they can be removed if more deck space is required.

All of my seats are bolted into a deck matrix. I can remove the rear 2 & replace them with a watertight storage box, or just have the open space. Makes for a very flexible setup.👍


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All of my seats are bolted into a deck matrix. I can remove the rear 2 & replace them with a watertight storage box, or just have the open space.
....or Cooking space...Table...sleeping area ... Extra loading space ect,,ect,, Makes for a very flexible setup!

....Only way to go with a New build for most applications IMO
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Good plan with the internal bow logos - give passengers a chance to do some advertising for you!

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Well the colour choice has worked well. The craft looks stunning. She is now in the port of Gdynia and the vessel sails on Monday. Transit to the Bahamas via Amsterdam approx 28 days
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Well the colour choice has worked well. The craft looks stunning. She is now in the port of Gdynia and the vessel sails on Monday. Transit to the Bahamas via Amsterdam approx 28 days
Do you container it or is she "loose" cargo?
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