It seems easy but there are so many things. Ittook the entire month of October and it is not yet completed.
The aspects to consider are : sailing "devices" (winches, rails, blocks etc), Service openings (dorade, cables..), underdeck reinforcements.
Primary and secondary winch
Solent rails and electrical winches for halyards and reefing lines
We learned how to disassemble them
Correct positioning of the pinion and respect for the 8 degrees lines angle (more difficult)
But finally everything turned out correctly!
This is another very crowded area.
We first worked at the ventilation and heating.
This is my dorade box. The pipe extends above the deck into the box, which is removable for eventual maintenance.
On the dorade box will go a cowl vent. At the side you see the fluke for the Dickinson Antartic Heater (diesel)
Here is an interna view
At the front a mushroom ventilator for the sail locker
The internal rim (for insulation)
Here you see the gooseneck for mast cables and the two openings with reinforcement of the two electric mast winches
Not yet finished but we are getting there