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Improvements in my beautiful boat, Hunter legend 33

Discussion in 'Mid-Size Boats' started by Layla987, Feb 5, 2018. Add this thread to a FAQ

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  1. Layla987

    Layla987

    Joined Feb 26, 2010
    10 posts, 11 likes
    Hunter 33
    IL Israel - Hertzeliya


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  2. Layla987

    Layla987

    Joined Feb 26, 2010
    10 posts, 11 likes
    Hunter 33
    IL Israel - Hertzeliya
    Improvements in my beautiful boat, Hunter legend 33, Continued
    Improved drawer at Nav table:
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  3. Layla987

    Layla987

    Joined Feb 26, 2010
    10 posts, 11 likes
    Hunter 33
    IL Israel - Hertzeliya
    A bookcase above the table Navigator:
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  4. Layla987

    Layla987

    Joined Feb 26, 2010
    10 posts, 11 likes
    Hunter 33
    IL Israel - Hertzeliya
    Add a window in the toilet. (This model has no window):
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  5. Layla987

    Layla987

    Joined Feb 26, 2010
    10 posts, 11 likes
    Hunter 33
    IL Israel - Hertzeliya
    Add a cupboard in the toilet:
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  6. Layla987

    Layla987

    Joined Feb 26, 2010
    10 posts, 11 likes
    Hunter 33
    IL Israel - Hertzeliya
    The refrigerator had warmed from the first day.
    The solution was to create a shelf above the refrigerator.
    We drilled 4 holes in Corian and we Glued the shelf on the corian.
    Inside the shelf we created an air passage for the heat output of the refrigerator.
    The problem of heating the refrigerator was completely solved. DSC00628.JPG DSC00629.JPG DSC00636.JPG
     


  7. Spooled Again

    Spooled Again

    Joined Dec 27, 2012
    388 posts, 40 likes
    Precision 22 (Sold), O 240 (Sold), Precision 28
    US Somers Point
    Great work, I really like how you matched the color with the bookshelf.
     


  8. Will Gilmore

    Will Gilmore

    Joined Oct 19, 2017
    2,603 posts, 1,085 likes
    O'Day 19
    US Littleton, NH
    Layla987,
    Incredible work!
    Thank you for showing it on this forum so I can see it.

    This is a table I made for my wife many years ago. the whole table was cut and worked by hand tools only (class assignment) all from a single piece of Honduran Mahogany. I am not even sure such a piece of wood can even be found anymore. 16/4 x 17 x 60, at least at I price I can afford. It is the best I have to show of myself in return.
    3LeggedTable001.jpg CabinetMakersMark001.jpg My mark is carved on the back of the middle leg.

    -Will (Dragonfly)
     


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  9. Domingo630

    Domingo630

    Joined Apr 27, 2016
    18 posts, 3 likes
    Hunter 33
    US Detroit
    Very nice!
     


  10. Domingo630

    Domingo630

    Joined Apr 27, 2016
    18 posts, 3 likes
    Hunter 33
    US Detroit
    I can't stop looking at these pictures haha. That window in the head is brilliant! The lack of an opening hatch in the head was my only complaint about the 33.
     


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  11. Amos Cape

    Amos Cape

    Joined Feb 1, 2010
    209 posts, 16 likes
    Hunter 33.5
    US El Dorado Lake, Kansas
    We never used the stove so I pulled it and made a spot for the microwave that we used on the counter top. 2CC3EF25-A238-46C7-B6EF-1513F77EF23A.jpeg 62FE3BA7-94F6-401E-94A0-B0C8BAF72C69.jpeg
     


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  12. SailormanDan

    SailormanDan

    Joined Jan 24, 2009
    404 posts, 76 likes
    1981 Cherubini Hunter 27
    US Belle Haven Marina, VA
    Thanks for posting, some good ideas here. You do quality work!
     


  13. smokey73

    smokey73

    Joined Oct 26, 2010
    576 posts, 102 likes
    Hunter 40.5
    US Beaufort, SC
    Layla, What wood and what stain did you use to get such a close match? If a custom mix, what are the base colors and the approximate proportions? I haven't been able to get the color right and it looks like your 33 has the same basic color as my 40.5.