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Are needed. These are joined at the center, notched to clear the windshield supports and come flush with the bulkhead covering, and are trimmed slightly oversize along the cabin sides. When screwing the roof to the center strip and cabin-top beams, start at the center and work outward. Saw off the forward end of the plywood flush with the front edge of the first cabin-top beam and plane the sides to a well-rounded corner to blend into the filler blocks. The front of the cabin top is shaped from a timber, as in Fig.
35 and 38. Before eovering the cockpit-bulkhead framing, install the water closet, which m ust be purchased from a marine supply house. Plywood is used for the walls and doors of the toilet room, engine compartment and chart cabinet. Note in Fig. 35 that the sides and top of the engine compartment are removable. They also must be lined with asbestos. The sides are held in place at the top by hooks and at the bottom with quarter round nailed to the floor. One side and the top al·e shown I·emoved in Fig.
I, shows the cabin interior looking fOl"\vard. Laying out, cutting and assembling the keel and l'ib structure is by far the most important operation of building the boat. As this framework is the backbone of the entire boat, the performance and beauty of the craft will depend upon the accuracy and skill with which the framework is constructed. As previously mentioned, the type of cabin, engine and even decking can be changed to suit the individual builder's fancy, but no changes should be made in the hull if the pl'oven pedol'mance of this cruiser is to be maintained.