When drying off the condensation from Jubilee's windows I noticed that the drips ran down the glass, collected in a channel, and drained to the outside. Now, you might be saying to yourself, "Where has Halfie been? Did he not know about self-draining windows?" Well, I didn't know.
If condensation runs down the windows it should find its way to the outside, hence avoiding staining or even rotting the woodwork.
What will happen when it freezes? I imagine that regular wiping down of the windows (and airing the boat) will be required.
The rectangular windows are Caldwells windows - I expect the portholes are too.
More on the bed - The task for today was to make a start cutting the Jarrah for the exterior cladding on the bed. This timber is EXPENSIVE and I’m trying to take my time ...
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