Sunrise over Mount Mazinga, an extinct volcano on Statia. It’s also called Quill (https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Quill_(volcano). We’re hiking to the crater later today.
The new folding doors are almost finished. These will replace the old hatch boards. The center panels are clear (they still have protective paper on them) and can be replaced with screens.
The support for the antennas is in. Three antennas will be mounted on the ring for the IridiumGo, SSB VHF and something else electronic we can't remember right now. The Yellow Brick tracker will be mounted on the pad at the top. There is a matching pole on the port side for the wind generator.
We are mounting two 9' poles on the aft deck, one in each corner. The wind generator will go on one and several antennas on the other. The poles will come down through the stern seats and be supported by fiberglass shelves in the aft lazarette.
We decided to remove the dinghy davits and instead store the dinghy on deck in a metal cradle. This is an outline of the location and dimensions. We'll get the dinghy on the boat by lifting it with a line run to the boom.
The new boom light can be switched from white for general lighting to red for night watches.
The aft lazarette after it's been cleaned, painted and had new locker covers made.