I'm a catsailor. I'd actually put that in front of being a cabinet maker, and short of gender, I'd say its the thing that determines me the most. The only reason I show up to do my miserable job, is so I can get on the water.
The trailer I use for carting my boat around was severely lacking in storage space. So I whip'd up a new sail box out of plywood.
I've got about 18 hours into this monstrosity, I burned through about 12 sheets of 1/2" Menards plywood, and a few 2x6's. Going to drop it off at my brother's and paint it at his place this week. I still need to make a couple of doors, and a finish up the lid that goes across the back.
Originally I wanted to have this made out of diamond plate aluminum, but I figured it'd cost me probably $4k to do it, so I'm going to hold off on that for a while until I'm feeling richer. As is, there's about $600 in material here. yuck