A bestselling guide to do-it-yourself boatbuilding, Boat Interior Construction will be extremely useful for those owners not completely happy with the layout of their production boat, or those who want to fit out a new or renovated hull.
Every detail of each project is clearly explained and illustrated with superb step-by-step instructions, and the techniques and procedures shown are applicable to every type and size of boat. The author's experience and education make him a master of his trade and an excellent guide for all do-it-yourselfers. Over 450 color photographs help to illustrate the practical aspects of building the interior fittings for a boat of any size.
Author Michael Naujok worked in a designer's office for three years after earning his degree in mechanical engineering. In 1975 he joined the staff of Yacht Magazine in Hamburg, and since 1980 has been responsible for boat test and DIY construction projects. He began sailing in Flying Dutchmen in 1960, and built his first seven-meter cruiser in 1971.