70 Photos - Mar 4, 2014
Photo: galley when we purchased PilgrimPhoto: sinks and storage at time of purchasePhoto: galley  as viewed from nav station at time of purchasePhoto: propane stove/oven at time of purchase.  This unit it tight in the space so it does not vent well.  It is also too large and will not gimble.Photo: cutting away interior sectons of galley cabinets to gain access to port side water and diesel deck fittings.Photo: deck fittings and hoses revealed after cutting away shelf and removing back wall of cabinet.Photo: cut away of galley cabinets to provide access to deck fittings complete.  Guess I've created some cosmetic work.Photo: The galley during refitPhoto: galley area below sinks and under dry storagePhoto: additional space in galley locker exposed by removing panel.  Panel was mounted where bare wood strips are visible.Photo: lost space (above hull paint line and outboard of wood stripe on bulkhead)  revealed in galley dry storagePhoto: fitting cloth for areas under galley counter lacking tabbingPhoto: looking up from below sinks at new tabbing under counter in galleyPhoto: under the sinks with all plumbing & wiring gonePhoto: grinding areas in head that need tabbing installed and area for replacement though hull fitting.Photo: test fitting cloth for areas lacking tabbing under galley counterPhoto: looking down through galley dry storage locker at new tabbingPhoto: galley locker primed with KilzPhoto: final coat of paint in galley dry storage areaPhoto: Cutting out galley side wall for trash bin & accessPhoto: painting under sink areaPhoto: test fitting trash bin doorPhoto: water damage on below under sink cabinet doorPhoto: close up of water damage below under sink cabinet door.Photo: cut away lower section of wall under sink and fabricated a double mouse hole insert.  Mouse holes will provide access to fresh & salt water foot pumps.Photo: under sink area painted save for site of new sink drain through hull fittingPhoto: under sink & galley dry storage area painted save for hole awaiting new sink drain through hull fitting.Photo: galley sink drain thru hull fiberglassed closedPhoto: cutting out sole below sinks to provide access for installing new sink drain thru-hullPhoto: Cut away sole under sink to provide access for a new sink drain thru hull located directly below the sinks.  Site of new thru hull is outlined in black.  Old thru-hull  location is visible in background.Photo: galley sink drain seacock installedPhoto: istalling cleats for hot water heater shelfPhoto: drawing out shelves for under galley counterPhoto: test fitting hot water heater on new shelf and primary bilge pump belowPhoto: vertical divider outboard of the hot water heater shelf adds additional storagePhoto: also gained storage on lower level (outboard of hot water heater) by adding a dividerPhoto: Bare wood section is stoage gained by removing plywood divider installed during original constructionPhoto: Looking down through the galley dry storage at the new pressure water manifod, top right, has valaves for water heater, galley sink, head, and cockpit shower.  Grey box at bottom is hot water heater.Photo: The newly installed pressure water system under the galley counter on Pilgrim.  From left to right -  prefilter, pressure pump, maniflod.  The hot water heater, on right, is waiting to be plumbed.Photo: time to create a box to hide the plumbing in the cabinetPhoto: Test fitting vertical wall.  None of the original cabinetry is square.Photo: that took too much time to fabricate.Photo: 5" hole cut to provide access to refridgerator drain hose barbPhoto: galley sole with new access opening created aft and to port and new mouse hole insert installed below sinks.Photo: close up of access cut in cabinetry below stovePhoto: 5" x 12" access cut in cabinetry below stove.Photo: sanding overhead in galley areaPhoto: underside of side deck in galley ready for primerPhoto: underside of side deck in galley ready for primerPhoto: underside of side deck in galley ready for primerPhoto: fresh paint on the underside of the deck in the galleyPhoto: fresh paint on the underside of the deck in the galleyPhoto: laying out box for galley storagePhoto: fitting top of box for galley storagePhoto: fitting face of box for galley storagePhoto: galley storage box completePhoto: backside of galley storage box visible in cockpit locker.Photo: test fitting storage box with access via hatch in bulkhead aft of ice box.Photo: underside of cockpit seat in galley ready for primerPhoto: Original paneling over fridge prevents port side from fully opening.Photo: Cut away portion of paneling above to allow port side ice box lid to open closer to 90 degrees.Photo: Lid open with paneling cut away.Photo: Galley overhead and side walls prepped, masked, and ready for primer.Photo: Overhead painted.  Side walls will receive one more coat of paint.Photo: Installed vertical teak post to in galley.  Photo: Photo: Installing 12V DC sub panel in galley.Photo: 12V DC Sub Panel installed in galleyPhoto: Wiring AC junctions in galley sub panel box.Photo: cover installed on back side of galley sub panel