We are currently cruising our Islander Freeport 36 sailboat in Mexico. We have been extensively documentating our Islander Freeport outfitting for this adventure. We will now be reporting what of our outfitng is of value, what works and what is not of value.
Salon cushion covers - Home Depot taps
Beginning of October 2015 - At private slip in Nuevo Vallarta in Banderas Bay, Mexico End of June 2016 - Tied up in Marina Mazatlan, Mexico Found this post that could be duplicate but I think not, just never wrote it up and posted it.
These covers Debbie made from Home Depot cloth tarps.
Here we are stapling the backs together.
We used Stainless Steel staples.
Thankfully we were able to borrow the staple gun
from Tim on s/v Houligan!
Debbie did a nice job on these covers.
They also have now lasted us all cruising season.
The curve of this salon back piece was pretty tricky!
The ottoman is Sunbrella vinyl - we had it cut down and recovered
by an upholsterer in Aramarra, a neighborhood in Puerto Vallarta.
This is the settee and it is Sunbrella Linen fabric.