Building a La Paz 24

A forum for contacting other builders of Ken Hankinson designs. These designs are now a part of the Glen-L family.

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Yeahyeah
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Re: Building a La Paz 24

Post by Yeahyeah » Thu Feb 07, 2019 3:51 pm

Sapele got delivered today from Reel Lumber in Anaheim. It was milled to my specs, S4S, and two thirds the price of the rough grain VGDF. Thanks for the suggestions, fellas. Now I can get to making sawdust!

Yeahyeah
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Location: Southern California

Re: Building a La Paz 24

Post by Yeahyeah » Wed Aug 21, 2019 1:40 pm

So I've finished building the transom, keel, stem, and frames and just finished lining them all up on the form. I was wondering if there's any insight some of you experienced builders might give me regarding attaching all these together. I'm about to attach the stem to the keel, but the rest is all just clamped in place. Can I epoxy (and screw) them all in place at this time? Or do I need to see how the battens, chine, sheer, etc all fit before I can make these connections permanent? Here's a pic.
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