Facelift II

The long awaited pictures are finally a reality. Last July we took our boat in for the first part of her facelift. Then in December we took her back again for part two of her facelift. In June we’ll take her in for the last piece of work while we’re traveling to Oregon.

I’ve gone back to the last post to let you see the difference. Click on any photograph to biggify.
We went from the colorless tan canvas to the beautiful black canvas. What a difference it has made.
We now have wraparound seating along with a permanent table insert that added even more color. I love the way the canvas looks inside too.
The helm seating is far brighter and more inviting. Redoing the seating brightened up the boat a lot. It’s also far more comfortable.
The big black hole where the analog television resided for years made the perfect wine rack and storage for paper plates, napkins, cocktail napkins and serving bowls. Love, love this space.
And here is why I waited so long to show you the facelift. The blinds. What a different these make in the overall look.
Now we have a new flat screen smart television, and we get 27 channels.

Last but not least it our wine rack/storage space where the old television used to reside. They fixed it to match the rest of the boat.
This addition seems to be the most praised on the boat. Why? I don’t know, but many want one on their boat.

We are happy with how our boat turned out so far and we have one more facelift before we move on to something else. She has been a wonderful boat and we’re just making sure she’s taken care of the very best way that we can…by loving her.

Sea Ray Image Credit: Logotypes 101

55 thoughts on “Facelift II

  1. Barb says:

    *wolf whistle*

    She's a beauty! Truly!!

    And as you know, a wine rack would be an absolute essential for me. πŸ˜‰ I'll bring my own plastic stemware and wine key… You know the one, the green one from our Blogger's Cruise.

    big hugs xoxo

  2. Traveling Bells says:

    Love, love all the improvements and changes! When ya have limited space, you have to make it all work for your needs. This is all spot on great. She has gone from lovely to beautiful. For sure. She's a keeper and will give y'all years of plush enjoyment! Sail on.

    Big hugs from blustery WPB, honey…

  3. Paul Pietrangelo says:

    It's like getting a brand new ship. WOW! When am I going to be invited to go on cruise? Oh I forgot, I live in Canada. Well, just seeing the photos are great enough. Thanks for the photos.

    Have a tremendous Tuesday Sandee & Zane. See ya.

    Cruisin Paul

  4. Kismet says:

    How do you get 27 channels? You must have a really long cable πŸ™‚ or satellite TV where the receiver must point south to a specific point and you can't use the boat to go anywhere.

    • Comedy Plus says:

      It's very simple, there is an antenna on the top of our boat that is shaped like a plate, it receives signals from ground based TV stations through the air in digital form. The smart TV translates it into a signal. Since the antenna is a flat plate the signal is received regardless of which way the boat is facing. It's old school reception. πŸ™‚

  5. BeadedTail says:

    Your boat is beautiful! I love the changes you made! I know you'll be enjoying it for many years to come!

    Our favorite treats are Kittles. Any flavor but especially the pink bag. They are kitty crack. Just sayin. πŸ™‚ ~Angel & Isabella

  6. Allison says:

    Quite the makeover! You've made lots of fun and useful renovations. Thanks for sharing. A friend of mine often posts about the redesigning of their home and the transformation is an interesting one. Enjoy your revamped boat!

  7. I'm All About Books says:

    Oh my goodness Sandee, this is sooooo beautiful, now I know there is a little cubby hole somewhere in there I could fit into just for a day, lol! Really though this is a dream come true, and I am so happy for you both.
    BUNCHES of love and hugs β™₯ β™₯

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