2310Hrs – Cooker Space

4 Responses

  1. jon says:

    That looks like something from the Tomb of Tutenkhamen(sp?)!!!!

    Beware of fixing down formica with contact glues……….. it will bubble and lift in tropical heat.

    Sorry if I’m trying to teach Grandma to suck eggs :-))

  2. Jon says:

    Stainless Steel sounds a good idea imho, not only for radiant heat protection but also for cleaning.
    I guess you don’t need any kind of gimbal arrangement on a Catamaran? Might be more spills and a nice stainless box will be much easier to clean.
    If you’ve got stainless for the cooker recess, is it an option for the worktop too?
    Folded over the ply?
    Perhaps too expensive, complicated or not a good material for tropical heat.

  3. Neil says:

    Hey Jon, yep I’ll definitely line the cooker space with SS. You’re right there’s no gimballing nonsense on a sensible boat 😉
    I did think about SS worktops but given the SS sink and SS cooker I think it’ll look overpoweringly industrial

  4. Neil says:

    Hmmm Tomb of Tutankhamen eh, who knew I had egyptian clamps! Good advice re contact adhesive, if I use Formica it’ll be epoxied thanks

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