Designs for inboard or outboard power
G/Day well more done on the deck dash and engine bay b/head in starting to plank the top made some cleats to go between to hold the wiring and pitot tube and also doing the steering cables and pulley's, fitted the front bridge i will remove the to epoxy underneath and also the deck, trial fitted the windscreen brackets ...........John
G/Day all well bit more done not much wood work left now made the rear section and hatch just some trim to do and it is complete now just the engine hatch to do then epoxy prime all the timbers and many coats of varnish ......John
I paid John a visit yesterday. Fantasic seeing what he has done with the timber we supplied him. I am itching to get my own underway. Thanks for your time John, really enjoyed my visit. Classic Boat Supplies in Belrose has the chandelry i talked about.
G/Day well starting to look at the pointy end of finishing the boat only timber work to be done is the engine hatch and floors, ok back of the boat trim is all done just adding the epoxy primer and sanding then 2 more coats of epoxy over the deck sand the livings out of it then 10 coats of varnish, before that get out about 10kg of dust and shavings from inside the hull going to be fun but isn't that what wife's and g/kids are for, if i am in hospital you all know why ..........John
Very nice John. Looking forward to seeing the finished product. One question I have is where are your exhaust ports going to be located? I have thought about adding a swim platform to my Gentry, but the exhaust comes out exactly where the swim platform would be.
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