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Finally - Hull #110 (soon to be named) is finished and released from the factory Dec 8, 2021.

Teak floors and teak dining table in the saloon.

We ordered a larger 12" Garmin Chart Plotter for after factory install at the helm station. Nice that all the lines run to the area ahead of the helm and we have an electric winch. Leather wrapped steering wheel until we can save up enough mula to get a carbon fiber wheel. The two throttles are new design on the later model Elba45s.

All the hatch covers are flush mounted.

We ordered an after factory hard top Bimini from Sea Concepts in the Czech Republic that is being installed in January. Cock-pit looks very bare without it. Also the rails for the upper saloon are laying on the trampolines as the boat needs to be transported to the Atlantic Coast and it would not fit under the bridges along the road trip with the upper rails installed.

The Galley is awesome

We have two sky-lite windows in the salon to keep an eye on the mainsail trim while sailing.

Shiny sinks and faucet.

Surprised to see that they put in a TV (we did not order one) ;) thanks FP.

3 burner propane stove, for now. We plan to upgrade to induction top stove down the road.

Under cabinet lighting will be great when on longer passages at night.

Guest suite #2 - best V-Berth I have seen.

One of two guest side head, shower & sink. So nice to have a shower room vs a "wet head"

Crew ready

The Master Cabin

Nice recessed lighting in the ceilings. Lots of closet space for Janine.

Looking forward in the Owner's Cabin hull.

Love all the windows in the state room. Not many of the Cat's have a transom window.

Lots of room to walk around the sides of the bed. Makes it much easier making the bed.

The master state room head, shower and big sink. Nice to have a separate WC room for the head.

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