Our Roamer refit is moving along pretty well. In July, the welder will show up with a trailer full of aluminum and begin work on the aft enclosure and side decks. As all 46 Roamer owners know, the transition from aluminum to teak on the side decks is notorious for leaking and destroying the aft salon bulkhead and adjacent cabinetry. We're having the side decks redone in aluminum to solve that problem forever. As part of that job, the welder will also build the aft enclosure.
This is how Sa Va looked when we got her
And this is how it looks now, except that the tarp is gone and the boat's been tented with shrinkwrap
And this is kinda what I'm thinking it should look like when it's done. No hacking on my uber-skills with MS Paint, please.
The plan is to have a single slider door on each side of the helm station, up-down slider windows on the sides and rear of the aft deck. There will be a single small door on the port side of the aft deck to access the swim platform. In addition to being a slider, the window there will be hinged as well, so it can be swung open in order to exit aft. That's the plan right now, anyway. Any constructive thoughts, comments, etc?