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Yankee #149, Boethius' Main Cabin - Galley and Dinette

October 28, 2011. An oversight by your webmaster corrected. Rick's story about Boethius' trip to Eel Point included some pictures that should have also been posted on this page. Here they are with Rick's comments

I add a couple of interior pictures. (I would like to see more pictures of what people have done with their own interiors.) I cut several inches off of the table to allow for easier movement

Boethius’ galley** 

Note the slimmed-down table to allow more open space in the cabin. The small propane canisters used in this stove are great for light cooking and water boiling.  Two canisters can easily last a week for one person.  The stove can also be moved into the cockpit when watching a sunset or making coffee while staying at the tiller.

**Webmaster Note: Click the caption below the pictures for a larger view - use your back arrow on your browser to get back here. Also, your webmaster's Marionette, Marscot/O'Day #12 has a similar stove, except his is powered with Butane, not Propane.









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