This is a test of a finish approach for the V-Berth. In particular, cladding the hull sides over the insulation. I took a cheap neutral color sheet of plastic laminate and glued it to some doorskin. Then, from that cut three panels and affixed them to the hull sides using the pre-installed wooden cleats. Finally the seams were covered with some scrap teak molding I had lying around.
Again, this is just a test to give and idea. We want something durable, easy to clean, that will not turn the space into a "dark cave" (even with two planned port-lights it will still be dark). If pursued, this would have corner moldings on all the edges. Probably a different color.
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