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Subject: Re: Seamaster 813 Heads Lining

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Date Posted: 21:58:47 17/10/2010 Sun
In reply to: Galen Brislane 's message, "Seamaster 813 Heads Lining" on 12:51:28 29/03/2010 Mon

>I own a Seamaster 813. Is it possible to replace the
>floor / wall / ceiling linerin the heads compartment
>of an 813?
>Many thanks
>Galen Brislane
>MV Andante
>River Shannon, Ireland
Hi.I used to build the seamaster range many years ago,and must have fitted out about twenty 813's Firstly the floor is put in first over the total length of the cabin,so no would be the answer to that one.The cabin linings are always put in before the bulkheads are fitted.But you should be able to remove the panael on the loo side.You could also remove the one opposite but that would mean removing the sink and plumbing.the loo roof lining i think is part of the rest of the cabin roof linings.
Good luck...Dave smith

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