May 23, 2019

Some models have their tanks built in under the bulkheads and furniture. To get to the keel bolts you need to actually cut the tank out. We will be making two separate tanks when put these back.

Dissecting the galley in order to get down to the tank

April 18, 2019

Because the boat is so fast there not much under the water. We re-did floors in the galley/through to the aft, opening up loads of space to store food. The same in the forward section. New floor lockers so big crates can fit below. We also put in big shelves over the l...

April 17, 2018

Measure precipiated: Height 55 cm, Width 46 cm, Depth 65 cm

Measure unfolded: Height 55 cm, Width 46 cm, Depth 17 cm

Weight: 15 kg

April 11, 2018

The ladder being glued together by means of numerous very thin pieces of theak. Built-in LED lighting will lit up the steps during night.

April 5, 2018

Just waiting her final rig tuning and sea trials. Regina Laska HR 46 after the winter refit.

April 4, 2018

The Sublift takes her gently down from the yard into the water,

March 14, 2018

Bulkheads are installed so that spare parts and other items can be stowed under the berths without interfering with the steering system.

March 12, 2018

 Years of exposure to the salty marine environment with green water on deck splashing against the hardtop is wearing hard on the aluminum window frames. Time for new windows with stainless steel frames? Above, a Adams Boat Care hardtop with stainless windows.

March 7, 2018

 The problem is that iron Camping Gas bottles stand in some water and rust heavily. Therefore, we have built a little shelf so the gas bottles do not stand directly on the floor and in the water.

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Proper charts can be hard to stow on a small boat. We made this chart box behind the backrest for easy access in the saloon

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