As many of you know, our new boat is in a boathouse, which is awesome, but it also means that in addition to addressing issues on the boat, I also have to periodically address issues on this floating garage, too.
So far, I’ve done the following:
I’ve braced the pulley support on the boathouse wall. This is used to draw the curtain open and closed.
I covered some holes in the floors. This was an opening so you could see how the boathouse extension was tied together. At some point in the past, an additional 4 feet or so was added to the structure. These holes were left open, and they seemed like a good trip/fall exposure, so I covered them.
I installed a hand-hold to make getting off the boat out of the pilothouse a little easier.
The braces holding the 2×4 poles in place were rusted through. There were a few L-brackets sitting around in the boathouse, so I removed the rusty bits and replaced them with those L-brackets.
There’s lots more to do. There’s always more to do, but that’s it for the moment.