Craig called these pics 'nearing completion' (as opposed to the last lot, that he called 'bedlam')
Paint booth: slider for companionway hatch, below that switch panel with cutouts for instruments, square-ish cover for something somewhere, and on the right the two halves of the engine cover.
Heads selector tap for overboard vs holding tank for, er, output
A symphony of gear behind the aft bulkhead... (galley, fuel tank, and engine visible through hatch), Nexus equipment in centre of photo, plumbing to right. Tank centre bottom is the hot water tank for showers etc, heated via the engine. Weight police please note: hot water tank has a drain tap so it can be emptied.
Galley looking more finished, catches in the doors/drawer now
Rob finalised the design of the keel vs hull junction. This area is normally quite turbulent, so the fairing should smooth flow through here a bit.
Keel head to left, with yellow rope through it (yellow rope always makes things better, the Sounds cruising crowd know all about that), fairing in green/blue foam with yellow tape over keel pin, and pink fairing compound on the keel fin