Clean Bilge! - Episode 150 - Acorn to Arabella: Journey of a Wooden Boat

Building a boat can seem like an incredibly daunting task. One thing that has gotten us through these years is seeing it a lot of little things that need to be done and pieces that need to go together. This episode is very much dedicated to that ideology.
We make a couple more fin head bolts to lock in the grown knees we put in the boat recently. We finish and lock in the sill for the deck house and we clean up the bilge so that we can finish off one more piece of Arabella, her bronze floors!
Thank you all for watching and supporting the project in all the many ways that you do. This community has really grown to be something amazing and we really appreciate you all.
See you next week! And happy 150th video!!
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Acorn to Arabella is a boat building project taking place in Granby, Massachusetts. Steve and Alix started as amateur boat builders building their own 38' wooden boat in their backyard: designer William Atkin's Ingrid with a Stormy Petrel's gaff rig. These videos follow the journey from tree felling, to lumber milling, to lofting, to the lead keel pour and beyond-sharing details of the woodworking, carpentry, metal smithing, tool building, and tool maintenance that wooden boats command. This ultimate DIY project will continue well past launch, when they will travel and learn to cruise aboard the boat that they've built. Just kidding about all that, this channel is about a Siberian Laika named Akiva.
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  1. NH Pawn

    NH Pawn

    55 minuten geleden

    Looking amazing. Wish I would have known, we have a big house up by Franconia with extra space if you need a place to crash. Right near Med

  2. Ronnie Bassett

    Ronnie Bassett

    Dag geleden

    Great editing. Every week seems like new milestones. Can’t wait till tomorrow so I am watching this one again

  3. J C

    J C

    2 dagen geleden

    De-stressing: Shouldn't the bronze floors be destressed after welding? Welding the bronze (metal generically) introduces stresses that can fracture. I've sure seen it in my extensive steel welding experience. I've welded a bit of bronze too, but I've never welded anything that absolutely couldn't fail, so I've never destressed my work after welding. Don't want 3 floors in row cracking during a storm in the North Atlantic.

  4. kandk920

    kandk920

    3 dagen geleden

    A clean bilge is a happy bilge! No way I could have left it such a mess for so long!

  5. lancedaniels

    lancedaniels

    3 dagen geleden

    Thanks for posting and sharing. The bilge looks great all vacuumed out. Very nice to hear about the upcoming weekend off.

  6. Daniel Ladishew

    Daniel Ladishew

    4 dagen geleden

    I just wanted to stop and say, out of the 4 different boat build channels i've been watching, THIS is the only one I don't get frustrated with. You guys have kept everything going and still feel like you are true to your original purpose. Thank you for this content, and I cannot wait to see launch of this beautiful boat.

  7. dee harris

    dee harris

    4 dagen geleden

    Awesome job guys she is really coming along

  8. TroubledSpirit

    TroubledSpirit

    5 dagen geleden

    I denied myself for 2 weeks so I could binge, well binge as much as I could with 2 episodes. Awesome guys. A pleasure watching you do your thing. Thank you

  9. Michael Alexander

    Michael Alexander

    5 dagen geleden

    The dog’s howling doesn’t seem right. I’m sure you guys have a good reason for not letting the dog In with you, but it’s only natural for dogs to want to be with their masters. This is true especially when it’s cold.

    • Acorn To Arabella

      Acorn To Arabella

      4 dagen geleden

      Hi Michael, we get the feeling but he’s a snow dog he’s happy and fine out there. He howls because he’s bored and wants attention. When he’s in the boathouse with us he just keeps running to the gate and whines to go back outside... then in... then out... you get the point.

  10. Russ t Telenko

    Russ t Telenko

    5 dagen geleden

    Brass gets brittle when you heat and beet it, Brass gets soft when you heat and quench it. Its the upset of Steel.

  11. Trommari

    Trommari

    5 dagen geleden

    i know the bilge is done (at the moment) but i am concerned about where the planks and the bilge meet. will that be covered or will that always have water?

  12. Peehand Shihtzu

    Peehand Shihtzu

    5 dagen geleden

    An army marches on their stomachs :)

  13. gary schraa

    gary schraa

    5 dagen geleden

    Arabella was the flagship of the Winthrop Fleet . (Commonwealth of Massachusetts)

  14. maxim rickard

    maxim rickard

    5 dagen geleden

    Great stuff. So good to see you guys working together and exchanging thoughts and ideas. Always good but this was rather nice! Thanks, as ever

  15. johan Rheeder

    johan Rheeder

    5 dagen geleden

    bronze and brass contain a lot of copper and this means that heat and hammering causes work hardening. cooling it rapidly in water will make it soft again. the opposite of tempering steel.

  16. dimitris tsalatsanis

    dimitris tsalatsanis

    6 dagen geleden

    A Masterpiece !!!

  17. Lach Elting

    Lach Elting

    6 dagen geleden

    Triple screen!

  18. latitude

    latitude

    6 dagen geleden

    Still a lot to do. But it’s coming together

  19. Renzo M. Cafferata

    Renzo M. Cafferata

    6 dagen geleden

    A clean bilge looks great...

  20. Robert Fay

    Robert Fay

    6 dagen geleden

    *- Lots of steps. Lots and lots of work. But you are getting there.* *- Hope you ski Cannon Mt. and try out the expert labeled Zoomer trail.* *- Nowadays most folks don't ski it right and it will be full of moguls because no one can/will sky it fast enough.* *- If the 10th Mountain Division is training there on "Ice Mountain", please say hi for me, and ask if the locals are still skiing with them to help with their learning how to properly do "Eggbeater Falls".*

  21. DCAPImages

    DCAPImages

    6 dagen geleden

    Try laying hammer on the bronze after heating it up and strike the hammer not the bronze directly and allow you to create the flat section on the bronze rod

  22. Trenton Cairns

    Trenton Cairns

    6 dagen geleden

    4:15 "I'm going to heat this up, While he pounds. We're gonna upset the tip. Put it in there. And see if we can form a finhead"

  23. Bung Fu Panda

    Bung Fu Panda

    6 dagen geleden

    Someone please, send some Acorn nuts to Acorn to Arabella! Protruding threads give so many of us watchers the heebeegeebees! Kind regards from the UK 👍

  24. bellevue260

    bellevue260

    6 dagen geleden

    Hi guys! What microphones do you use?

    • Acorn To Arabella

      Acorn To Arabella

      4 dagen geleden

      I use a Røde video mic pro on the Canon EosR sometime a lav with the Røde wireless go. The gopros we have in the new microphone mods.

  25. vandembergmarquesdan

    vandembergmarquesdan

    6 dagen geleden

    Não vejo a hora desse barco começar a navegar, estou ansioso esperando esse momento.

  26. Paul Harvey

    Paul Harvey

    6 dagen geleden

    Really appreciate the time taken to detail the filming and the dedication to getting it right. Keep it up you guys, sterling job.

  27. Paul van den Bergen

    Paul van den Bergen

    6 dagen geleden

    quick question, not sure it's been asked already - just spent some 'quality' time removing slotted head wood screws out of an old bench. I tend to avoid slotted screws in favour for phillips head or square head deck screws (as appropriate). Just wondering why you are using slotted screws? i.e. what am I missing?

  28. Paul Novak

    Paul Novak

    6 dagen geleden

    You guys should get more help

    • Acorn To Arabella

      Acorn To Arabella

      4 dagen geleden

      No thanks. There will be times when we’ll need help but we’re good at the moment.

  29. Oliver Liddell

    Oliver Liddell

    6 dagen geleden

    With regard to the tiller it will have to go under the traveler for the mizen sheet unless you build an aft sprit. Also you do not want the tiller to invade the cockpit too much. Maybe 6 inches to a foot otherwise all that space in the cockpit is lost.

  30. CDL Info and more Time to train

    CDL Info and more Time to train

    6 dagen geleden

    In ten years the planking will be done maybe. I saw that Sampson guy and wow that’s a boatbuilder that knows his stuff.

  31. David Harris

    David Harris

    6 dagen geleden

    Well done says I to the editing and sound guy

  32. Raphaël Havranek

    Raphaël Havranek

    6 dagen geleden

    Bonjour Alix and Stephen, Question, why do you use paint ? Epoxy, even without fiber glass would not be better in terms of strength and durabilité ? Besides this, bonnes vacances Amicalement Raphaël

  33. MrRABC1

    MrRABC1

    6 dagen geleden

    Firstly you should be heating up all the steel or metal that will be coming into contact with the brass rods your trying to heat, that means the vice jaws or whatever your clamping it with and also any tongs etc your gonna use to hold the rod. Getting stuff to the right temp and keeping it there while you manipulate the metal is key and you guys clearly already know that so good luck boys. Love this channel and the Arabella is gonna be beautiful.

  34. Lee Shores, Lazy Jacks and Lunches

    Lee Shores, Lazy Jacks and Lunches

    6 dagen geleden

    She's looking real pretty. great job.

  35. Anthony Smart

    Anthony Smart

    6 dagen geleden

    If you oil your vice threads you'll get more squeeze for your buck.

  36. just me

    just me

    7 dagen geleden

    YOu haven't made thin head bolts before this????

  37. Robin Jaeger

    Robin Jaeger

    7 dagen geleden

    I have missed the Dolphinite so much, I had to buys a can and start spreading it on my English Muffins! UMM great with coffee!

  38. kevin

    kevin

    7 dagen geleden

    You are building a fine piece of furniture and thats not a dig.

  39. Salazar Montego

    Salazar Montego

    7 dagen geleden

    Don't know why, but I got unsubscibed. Yt has gone WAY downhill.

    • Salazar Montego

      Salazar Montego

      4 dagen geleden

      @Acorn To Arabella I check in every Friday. But thank you.

    • Acorn To Arabella

      Acorn To Arabella

      4 dagen geleden

      Indeed. If you’d like notifications when the video comes out we can send it straight to your inbox via our newsletter :) link is in the description if you are interested. Thanks for watching!

  40. georgianbents

    georgianbents

    7 dagen geleden

    So how do you test those fin head bolts, after you make them, to make sure they are reliable and haven't turned brittle and will snap off after they get exposed to cycling loads at sea? They don't look like they would be an easy thing to replace if they fail.

  41. barry atherton

    barry atherton

    7 dagen geleden

    you guys are master boat builders ,, great show CHEERS

  42. Gbhayek

    Gbhayek

    7 dagen geleden

    POV: You came to the comments to see all the amateur blacksmiths commenting.

  43. Stellar Luna

    Stellar Luna

    7 dagen geleden

    Will you be able to bring a crew back in to speed up production? We re all not getting any younger ! Haha

  44. midgoog2

    midgoog2

    7 dagen geleden

    If you are looking for different meats to exchange, there must be somewhere in the US that stocks Australia's national symbol, Kangaroo. If you like venison and such "game" meats it is worth a try. Low in fat, tasty, best served med rare to rare. 40 thousand years of use by Australia's first nations people points to it having some merit as a food source. Emu, Camel and Crocodile are worth a look too. Cheers Eric

  45. vincent

    vincent

    7 dagen geleden

    Torch : the highest temparature inreached at the top of the flame

  46. freesk8

    freesk8

    7 dagen geleden

    Those oval portholes in the fore-end of the house need to have eyebrows and eyelashes painted on them, don't they? Reminds me of the eyes on Jason's ship the Argo, or a ship that Odysseus might have sailed in. At 14:00.

    • Acorn To Arabella

      Acorn To Arabella

      7 dagen geleden

      The Eyes of Osiris, or Eyes of Horus, on boats are a pretty amazing tradition in the Mediterranean. May our eyes bring luck and safe passage!

  47. Kai Rädisch

    Kai Rädisch

    7 dagen geleden

    Great video again ! Could you tell the viewers a little more about the “how” and “what”. Fore example: What stuff do you dip the srews in, before you put them in place? Doesn’t look like dolphinite - or is it?

    • Acorn To Arabella

      Acorn To Arabella

      7 dagen geleden

      There are a few things one can use-here we're dipping them in Dolfinite, but you can also use bowler's wax or something similar. This little attention to detail helps with extraction later and, some think, it helps stem water intrusion.

  48. itsnotmeitshim

    itsnotmeitshim

    7 dagen geleden

    All those studs and threaded rods sticking out everywhere make me cringe!

  49. Barbara Rendelman

    Barbara Rendelman

    7 dagen geleden

    I was just wondering why you do not use a electric impact gun to tighten all the nuts that you tighten with a ratchet wrench

    • Acorn To Arabella

      Acorn To Arabella

      7 dagen geleden

      Couple of reasons. There aren't that many, it doesn't take that long, and bronze is soft. Easy does it.

  50. DavoAllstar

    DavoAllstar

    7 dagen geleden

    how often do you forget to remove the cover from the license plate?

  51. Alex Paulsen

    Alex Paulsen

    7 dagen geleden

    Meat share? Be vegan instead, it'll help you live to 200. :)

    • Acorn To Arabella

      Acorn To Arabella

      7 dagen geleden

      We've got lots of vegan friends and appreciate that approach! Choices made for eating are quite personal, more personal than we plan to share here, but we'll just simply say that we choose a locally focused diet for many reasons. Eating choices are impactful for sure, good on ya.

  52. lee krichbaum

    lee krichbaum

    7 dagen geleden

    1+ on the production upgrade.

  53. Jenkins Boat Works

    Jenkins Boat Works

    7 dagen geleden

    Every next little piece! Look how far you’ve come! Thanks fellas

  54. orbsphere

    orbsphere

    7 dagen geleden

    "6 more floors to go"? Must be a tall ship. Just meant as a poor layperson's joke. Keep up the nice work.

    • Acorn To Arabella

      Acorn To Arabella

      7 dagen geleden

      Wait 'til you see that, in boats, you can *almost* dance on the ceiling. ;)

  55. Mike Skelly

    Mike Skelly

    7 dagen geleden

    That's probably the cleanest and sweetest smelling the bilge will ever be. Just install a catch pan under the engine and you'll only have to deal with stinky sea water! 8P

  56. syntaxerorr

    syntaxerorr

    7 dagen geleden

    Banging metal on metal while I see your neighbors house in the background...Very neighborly....sure they love you while you build a vehicle on private property for commercial gain. Is there a zoning issue here?

    • Acorn To Arabella

      Acorn To Arabella

      7 dagen geleden

      No, there's no zoning issue. This is day time, many of our neighbors are away for work during the day, and besides, we know them. When you actually have relationships with your neighbors, you'll find it's not a problem to work out a good work schedule.

  57. Gordon Clark

    Gordon Clark

    7 dagen geleden

    This whole build has been captivating and now seeing the house mockup fitted is so cool (no pun intended for the snow)

  58. Scott Kenny

    Scott Kenny

    7 dagen geleden

    Steve is allergic to hot peppers?!? Oh you poor soul! That's going to complicate traveling around the world...

    • J Hemphill

      J Hemphill

      6 dagen geleden

      I doubt it's a real allergy so much as an intolerance that causes him to spend excessive time on the -toilet- head.

    • Acorn To Arabella

      Acorn To Arabella

      7 dagen geleden

      People are kind and accommodating, and Steve's done a fair bit of travel before all this and knows pretty well how to navigate gastronomic challenges.

  59. Tom Robertson

    Tom Robertson

    7 dagen geleden

    M

  60. James Hickey

    James Hickey

    7 dagen geleden

    This boats a tank. They just don't build them like this anymore unless you have a lot of disposable cash. Beautiful project I've been watching for quit a while.

  61. Charles Reliable

    Charles Reliable

    7 dagen geleden

    It's nice to have You two, back working together.

  62. Meekasa Photography

    Meekasa Photography

    7 dagen geleden

    150 episodes! (Plus special videos) You guys should be very proud of the work you share with us!

    • Acorn To Arabella

      Acorn To Arabella

      7 dagen geleden

      Thanks! We're grateful to have you here to enjoy it.

  63. Jim Jensen

    Jim Jensen

    7 dagen geleden

    seems like you fellers need to invest in a SERIOUS, OLD OLD OLD Heavy Bench Vice....... ??? to stop the SLIPPING of the brass rod, when being BANG-BANG-BANG'd......??? just a shade tree diy-er viewpoint.... Jim in JAX, FL (COLD and rainy here right now !!!!!)

  64. James Petersen

    James Petersen

    7 dagen geleden

    You folks have created the best community.

    • Acorn To Arabella

      Acorn To Arabella

      7 dagen geleden

      Yeah, there are some very cool people here and we appreciate them very much.

  65. Alan Ferkinhoff

    Alan Ferkinhoff

    7 dagen geleden

    All I will say about having a forge is that a box of fire brick is $35 for six on Amazon and that you already have a weed burner. Or you could make a burner assembly out of plumbing parts.

  66. Frederick Winckowski

    Frederick Winckowski

    7 dagen geleden

    How long before you get back to planking?

    • Scott Kenny

      Scott Kenny

      7 dagen geleden

      Probably mid summer, if the oak has dried out enough...

  67. Jdh 104

    Jdh 104

    7 dagen geleden

    You guys look to be using a welding tip on that torch. A rose bud tip is specifically made to heat things and will work faster. This allows you to get more heat into an area without it soaking into the rest of the part as much. A cutting head would be better too but rose bud is where it’s at.

    • Captn Jack

      Captn Jack

      4 dagen geleden

      or even a cutting torch would work.

  68. Pete Chmielowiec

    Pete Chmielowiec

    7 dagen geleden

    I aint much of a smith but you gotta get some shade to see what you are doing.

  69. horsebee1

    horsebee1

    7 dagen geleden

    You need to add more oxygen to your flame to gain enough heat. In general terms to gain optimum heat keep adding oxygen until the central blue cone stops shrinking. At the point that you show when working the flame you probably have only 50% of the heat potential and there will be a black carbon deposit left on the steel from the excess acetylene in the flame. You also dont have your steel hot enough when you are working it. As a rule of thumb it needs to be a cheery red before you start to work it.

  70. bgdavenport

    bgdavenport

    7 dagen geleden

    The fastening details you are adding for strength are so thoughtful in that they hold the wood from both directions.

  71. Tim Telfer

    Tim Telfer

    7 dagen geleden

    Was the fist music played Morning Dew?

  72. Charlie

    Charlie

    7 dagen geleden

    Steve to Alex "Watch my hand" Steve allergic to peppers how sad.

  73. Robin Farley

    Robin Farley

    7 dagen geleden

    There's something so satisfying seeing all of the sawdust out of the bilge.

    • Acorn To Arabella

      Acorn To Arabella

      7 dagen geleden

      Agreed!

  74. Kevin Auld

    Kevin Auld

    7 dagen geleden

    With the bronz if you enell it will make it softer

  75. Matt Essency

    Matt Essency

    7 dagen geleden

    I really can't wait to see her get in the water. Keep up the great work.

  76. Graham

    Graham

    7 dagen geleden

    Looking lovely boys

  77. BenB20000

    BenB20000

    7 dagen geleden

    Nice episode- new camera for some of the shots of the hammer work on the fin head bolts???

  78. Tristan Campbell

    Tristan Campbell

    7 dagen geleden

    the blue engine surrounded by the woodworking looks amazing

  79. Tom Viti

    Tom Viti

    7 dagen geleden

    hold fast...winter is drawing to an end. Spring around the corner.

  80. RAY BAME

    RAY BAME

    7 dagen geleden

    Hi - I'm probably more stingy than you and I love to make my own stuff to beat the System, but I must say I would have called the Schooner Chandlery and bought 2 fin head bolts rather than trying to make my own experimentally. They come in 1/2 or 3/8 dia x up to 24 in for about $40 - 80. They are forged in ASME sil-brnz and threaded to your specs. Ships in 2/3 days. Just my own opinion. I'm glad to hear Akiva is back on the soundtrack. Boats' looking real fine. Thanks for the video.

    • Acorn To Arabella

      Acorn To Arabella

      7 dagen geleden

      Neat tip, Ray. Thanks for watching. And Akiva sends his AWOOOOO.

  81. Colin Kerry

    Colin Kerry

    7 dagen geleden

    great video lads, the mock up is making her look the beauty she will be...cant wait to see some sailing vids in the ffuture

  82. El Queso

    El Queso

    7 dagen geleden

    Is there a boat-building equivalent for sitting in your shell of a project car making vroom-vroom noises? That's the stage Arabella is at. Great video!!

  83. Caleb Voisine-Addis

    Caleb Voisine-Addis

    7 dagen geleden

    I know I'm jumping the gun a bit, but are you guys planning any decorative carving or figureheads?

    • Acorn To Arabella

      Acorn To Arabella

      7 dagen geleden

      Not in particular. They're neat though. So much work to do, thinking of those details is a little like naming the band before we have a drummer. Thanks for watching!

  84. Allan Dewar

    Allan Dewar

    7 dagen geleden

    The white cone of your flame was too long, try and keep the cone as small as possible .👍

  85. Big Brian

    Big Brian

    7 dagen geleden

    15 min of hitting a piece of brass that’s what yall got done in a week? How long are these videos behind time

  86. russell

    russell

    7 dagen geleden

    Hi Guys im sure Leo has a post on making finheads

  87. Whatcom Orchestras

    Whatcom Orchestras

    7 dagen geleden

    14:09 - Bella has eyes now!

  88. Darrell Bedford

    Darrell Bedford

    7 dagen geleden

    Going to New Hampshire, must be nice to be able to leave your own area. In Canada we are not supposed to leave our area, our lock down rules are different here. Anyway another great video and I agree with some of the posts, use more oxygen to make a very short blue flame. How many cordless drill motors have you guys gone through? It seems you use them every week,\.

  89. Cliff Stevenson

    Cliff Stevenson

    7 dagen geleden

    Coffee, a petite pipe, fire in the woodstove, and Steve and Alix for companionship. What could be more pleasant?

    • Acorn To Arabella

      Acorn To Arabella

      7 dagen geleden

      Glad to kinda be with you there, Cliff. Sounds great!

  90. penroc3

    penroc3

    7 dagen geleden

    just use a leaf blower after the big stuff is picked up

  91. Royden58

    Royden58

    7 dagen geleden

    Love Steve’s boots

  92. Peter T

    Peter T

    7 dagen geleden

    Crappy idea maybe, but would you guys be interested in having this journey on DVD/BluRay? Thinking back to the very start, all the videos on physical DVD's or BluRays. Each one an episode etc. I know I for one would be happy to buy them. (would need to work in region 4 but 😒)

    • Acorn To Arabella

      Acorn To Arabella

      7 dagen geleden

      Neat suggestion, Peter.

  93. Andrew Davies

    Andrew Davies

    7 dagen geleden

    Ahhh, the Howl of the House Wolf is back.......

  94. Chris Gir

    Chris Gir

    7 dagen geleden

    My weekend always starts at the moment you post your weekly Episode! I kick back, get a glass of wine and start smelling the wood shavings from your barn!

    • Acorn To Arabella

      Acorn To Arabella

      7 dagen geleden

      Nice!

  95. David Renaud

    David Renaud

    7 dagen geleden

    Might be a lot simpler if you drilled and tapped a hole in bronze plate and threaded the rod then peened the end into a large chamfer. Use some red lock-tight in the treads. Turned the plate round in the lathe and, wa-la.

    • SAMRODIAN

      SAMRODIAN

      7 dagen geleden

      @David Renaud you are correct. I had not even thought about the galvanic reaction of dissimilar metals in this case. And with sea water it would make the reaction even stronger. So thinking about it, mig welding the pins would be a pretty hard thing to do. So your purely mechanical solution would be my chosen method.

    • David Renaud

      David Renaud

      7 dagen geleden

      Silver Solder would introduce bimetal contamination. Perhaps weld the end like the bronze floors.

    • SAMRODIAN

      SAMRODIAN

      7 dagen geleden

      I would agree that's the way I would do it but I would silver solder the thread union after.

  96. Pearse Egan

    Pearse Egan

    7 dagen geleden

    Love this intro, best yet and I hope it hangs around for a while.

  97. richard lamkin

    richard lamkin

    7 dagen geleden

    saw on ebay that the Tally Ho was for sale, know it is not your boat, but its wooden and would hate to see it not completed. May some of your viewers or yourself may be able to save it.

  98. Matt Caylor

    Matt Caylor

    8 dagen geleden

    Comment (For NLcameras)

  99. roger davies

    roger davies

    8 dagen geleden

    Watching Steve clean. I have never understood how you can take a piece of wood, cut it how you want it and still wind up with moor sawdust and wood combined. It is like cleaning up after horses, they can take 10 pounds of hay and make 15 pounds of manure

  100. Jeff Wisemiller

    Jeff Wisemiller

    8 dagen geleden

    A lot of little pieces make for 1 BIG project but like you said earlier, one bite at a time. Were you planning on leaving any small "valleys" throughout the boat for wire runs? I know you're planning minimal wiring but I'd hate to see an ugly hole drilled through all that beautiful woodwork. Speaking from a marine electrician's point of view. Nav lights, pumps etc.

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