Center Console

  

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The center console is built from epoxy coated spanish cedar and marine ply’s. It will house the gas tank and all electronics and controls.

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The console is assembled with epoxy and annular nails and the outside is coated with primer to prepare for finish paint.

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The console control area is made from 3 pieces of spanish cedar edge glued with biscuits for reinforcement and trimmed with teak. Holes are cut into the control area for; tachometer, fuel gauge, binnacle, light switch, accessory plug and hydraulic steering helm.

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The console top is also made from spanish cedar trimmed with teak and is constructed just like the control area.

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The control area and top are coated with epoxy and 6-10 coats of varnish for UV protection.

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The console front seat is made from; spanish cedar, striped ebony, cherry and bubinga, edge glued and reinforced with biscuits. The seat will be installed with stainless steel piano hinges and will lift forward for access to the 12 gallon gas tank stored inside the forward section of the console.

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The console is finished, assembled and ready to fit into the boat.

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The front of the console is secured to a horizontal rib with 3" stainless steel lag screws through the front rail. The front rail will support floor boards as well.

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The rear of the console is attached with 3" stainless steels screws through the floor into a horizontal rib.

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The completed console is securely fastened to the hull but can be easily removed for future maintenance or repairs.