Sunday, 31 October 2010

quite a month.....................
its been an interesting few weeks with the boat, i have gone from steaming and drying the boat to now accepting the boat wont ever be 100% dry but after a day spent in my local yard with a tramex meter i realise my boats not the only one.

together with an interesting chat with one of the country's top marine surveyors it bought the situation to a close regarding moisture levels and old boats so now i can concentrate on re-laminating the hull, admittedly not ideal given the weather but with my new gas heater i'm hoping to continue working throughout the winter months unlike last year.

the cabintop and coachroof have been filled, i just need to fair them and sort out sanding up the foredeck and then onto the main attraction of the hull.

i spent yesterday evening planing and sanding the hull getting rid of all the lumps and bumps from the hullto make the cloth drape easier over the hull and so take a vacuum better.

only time will tell but i want to get on and go sailing now.

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