MortMade

After we bought our current boat and began preparing it for living aboard, we found a need for several small items of “furniture” that would be very nice to have. We couldn’t just buy them in a store however, since the places we wanted to put them had unusual or non-standard dimensions. Lucky for us, Paula’s dad, a retired civil engineer, enjoys making custom furniture as a hobby. Not only is he superbly skilled, but has an affinity for the nautical touch having been a live-aboard boater himself. The name of his small furniture enterprise is “MortMade”. Below are items he made for us that fit beautifully on the boat.

Battery Switch Panel Cover

When we replaced all the house batteries and slightly modified the battery compartment on our boat, we decided to install ...
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Snack Tray

Since moving onto on the boat, and spending a lot more time in the main salon, we wanted a convenient ...
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Breaker Panel Cover

A few years after we got the boat we found we needed to expand the 12V electrical system beyond the ...
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Magazine Rack

We wanted a low profile magazine rack that wouldn't protrude too much from the wall it was mounted on and ...
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Spice Rack

There is a perfect place for a spice rack in the IP420 galley under the companion way and against the ...
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Sea Chest

You know that place at home where you put your wallet and keys and loose change and other small but ...
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Trash Bins

The space around the toilets in each of the heads in our boat does not lend itself to a typical home ...
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Decorative Plaque

When we bought the boat, there was a hole cut out of the base of the starboard settee that appeared ...
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