[Public-list] Modified galley and v-berth.

George Dinwiddie gdinwiddie at alberg30.org
Mon Sep 6 14:11:57 PDT 2004

I would think that the shelves would go flying when the boat falls off a 
  wave.  If you're going to sail a boat, I think there's an advantage to 
having things firmly attached, rather than adjustable and dependent on 

  - George

EddieDiver at aol.com wrote:
> As for ideas re: storage space at the original cooler area. How about 2  
> vertical aluminum slotted supports, called "standards", and movable aluminum  
> shelf supports, called "brackets", to support shelves. These are the same type  of 
> shelves in store displays. The brackets come in various modes including with  
> screw holes on the ends for securing wood shelves, or with vinyl-coated wire  
> shelves. The slotted holes in the standards are on 1 inch centers for any  
> spacing of brackets one wants. Trim a wood member to fit the slope of the  aft 
> end of the cabin so the standards are near vertical when secured to the wood  
> member.

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