Thanks Lee! Getting closer on the interior punch list...
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A brief update: The "firm" Sept. 9 date for transport has been pushed back to the 28th but now will be hard to change. Crane is scheduled for lifting the boat onto the trailer in am with trip to boatyard in Stockton to follow in the afternoon. Still lots of loose ends! Railings are installed... lowe...
Thanks guys for your kind comments and interest. It's still a little early for a walk thru... will try to get something going by end of August when interior work is more complete. Leland I'd be pleased to have you stop by when we get on the water. I appreciate being part of the forum... Regards, Steve
Denzil, sorry to hear about the cooling issues... sounds like you've got the fix in progress. Brief update on progress over the weekend: The swim platform decking is finally installed. The synthetic teak cuts cleanly with a finish blade on the table saw; attached with poly-u adhesive (Sabatack)... f...
A brief update... Finally have a firm date for transport on Sept. 9th with bottom paint to begin at the boatyard in Stockton on Monday Sept. 14th. The punch list of things to do before then seems pretty long but whatever isn't done will have to wait until after the move. Summer heat has been a bit o...
Thanks Carl. It makes some sense that the underwriters are strictly looking at risk based on prior experience... Just the same I’m glad there are still a few options out there for insuring amateur builds by people who share a passion for boating.
Thanks Bill. I have a quote from BoatUS for an agreed upon value. There is a 2% deductible on hull and equipment coverage and the premium is about 0.25% per year. This includes liability, towing, spill coverage ($900K !... guess I'd better be careful), uninsured boaters etc. I need to get a formal s...
- Wed Jun 03, 2020 8:13 am
- Forum: Small outboards
- Topic: Building the Squirt in St. Petersburg (Russia)
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Very fine build Aleksey!