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If anyone is wondering how I've been able to get so much done lately it's because I lost my job about a month ago. So I am not some kind of super builder jist extra time right now. Carl, it seems like the floor went fast but it took about four hours to finish up and would have taken much longer with...
Big day today. I finally got the floor "finished" with the help of my dad today. We went in and out of the boat about 10 or 15 times with that starboard section. Dad was a big help with that. Once that was dialed in it was almost perfect for the port side so I was just able to trace it out...
Welcome Stephen! Sounds like you've already got most of the woodworking skills needed to do the job. Fairing will be new but we've all been there. The zip is a great choice and a proven design. The only thing potential downside is that it is designed as a 15" transom and modern (non-portable) m...
- Sat Jul 28, 2018 5:12 pm
- Forum: New Members, Please Introduce Yourself
- Topic: Hi from Maryland - building the Malahini
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Wow I responded before the rest of your pictures posted. Looking awesome! If you build a motorwell like this: http://www.glen-l.com/modifying-the-mot ... all-boats/ then there should be no need to add extra knees.
MarkNJ put a pulley steering system in his zip. The Seastar systems are reliable and safe. They come with a black plastic bezel to cover the large hole but a person could turn something out of some nice wood to dress it up. If I ever get a lathe I think that will be my first project.