10 November 2017 | Majuro, The Marshall Islands
25 October 2017 | Tarawa Atoll, Kiribati
22 October 2017 | Equator South Pacific
07 October 2017 | Port Denarau, Fiji
05 October 2017 | Denerau, Fiji
23 September 2017 | Musket Cove, Fiji
23 April 2017 | Port Antonio, Jamaica
15 April 2017 | Port Antonio, Jamaica
08 April 2017 | Port Antonio, Jamaica
06 April 2017 | Port Antonio, Jamaica
01 April 2017 | Georgetown, Bahamas
31 March 2017 | Georgetown, Bahamas
26 March 2017 | Lee Stocking Cay, Exumas
20 March 2017 | White Point, Exumas
17 March 2017 | Staniel Cay
02 March 2017 | Governor's Harbour, Eleuthera
24 February 2017 | Little Harbour, Abacos
16 February 2017 | Green Turtle Cay, Bahamas
14 February 2017 | West End, Bahamas
11 February 2017 | West End, Bahamas
Hatch Screens Installed
07 September 2013
I'm real happy with how these OceanAir screens turned out. In the forward berth, I had to remove the teak hatch trim to make it fit. Here in the saloon, I bought a larger size so that it simply overlaps the teak trim.
A bug screen slides one direction; a shade slides the other.
Three minor issues:
1) the headliner is arched, so there is a gap in the center that I will need to fill with some sort of white foam weatherstripping.
2) Breeze boosters will not work with the screen closed.
3) Breeze booster's wood tie down will scratch the finish of the OceanAir. I'll have to wrap the wood with some sort of foam to protect the finish.