This is her cabin. it is small . . .
no galley, no head . . .
just room enough for two to sleep comfortably,
and space for storage.
This is another view facing the stern.
I have added two lanterns (one on each side)with those battery candles.
I like that they will provide enough light for maneuvering around the cabin at night,
and provide a romantic ambiance.
A boat named Gypsy Rose demands a romantic flare:)
This was an anniversary present from our daughter for our 25th wedding anniversary.
It, the boat hook and captains log are the only things that we kept
from our larger sail boat "Wazapan", before selling her.
This is our cozy bed.
I didn't want to go over board with too much fu-fu,
but I wanted rich colors and lots of soft comfy pillows :)
She had to have a bed fit for a gypsy, right?
Notice the three smaller lanterns hanging from the ceiling.
We'll take our Kindels for reading and they have built-in lights,
so as you can see we are doing a little bit every week
to get her ready for sailing in June.
If you have never slept aboard a boat at anchor . . .
Let me tell you it is like being rocked to sleep in a cradle.
I wanted to show you the rugs that I found for her, too.
Do you remember how terrible the hatch covers looked with their peeling veneer.
Well, visit Steve and see what he has done with them.
It will amaze you!
They went from crap to awesome.
Visit Steve here:
Here's wishing you all a week filled with sunshine, inside and out :)