dugal30

Boat Bar

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I spent some time and built a bar.  It’s made from the stern of my future father in law’s lobster boat.  He had it refit a few years ago, and this piece was just hanging around.  You can find the boat in sandwich Marina.

 

 

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4 hours ago, Angler #1 said:

Great finished project . What happened to the rest of the boat ? Peace and Prayers

Angler,

 

He repowered/refit.  Cut the transom and gunnels to gain deck space and make the boat more efficient.  You can see the boat in Sandwich Marina anytime you’re there.

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29 mins ago, Richard_the_Aughth said:

Looks really great! Do you have any issue syncing sound or picture between the two TVs?

Small TV is red zone, larger tv is patriots.

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I remember that boat......2 brothers fished it. They were good friends of Charlie Harrington who owned the f/v mary mac. Another friend of mine bought Charlie's boat/ lobster business after charlie drowned.

 

Awesome job on the bar. I love the light painted rafters and the rough cut grey wall board. Gives it an nice ambience......:th::th::th:

 

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