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Construction updates: Gypsea - Bayliss 62'

by Bayliss Boatworks 7 Jul 14:10 UTC
Gypsea Bayliss 62' © Bayliss Boatworks

The month of June has been an especially busy one for our paint crew. With the cabin installed on Gypsea (Bayliss 62'), our crew turned their attention to glassing, fairing, and priming the engine room companionway, aft fuel tank compartment and anchor locker. With the lazarette deck installed, the exterior carpentry crew completed the build and installation of the fishbox.

Our mechanical department awaits the delivery of her struts, which will arrive within the next week. In the meantime, the crew checked another benchmark off Gypsea's list- the installation of the aft fuel tank.

On Gypsea's flybridge, interior wing walls have been fabricated and glassed in. Our teams are currently reviewing console size and location. Over the course of the next month, the console will begin to take shape.

In the Gypsea's interior, our crew is making a lot of progress. The salon deck has been glassed, air boxes have been built and glassed, head showers have been painted, and now lower level build-out is in full swing.

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