|Outboard engine bracket structure has been completed and glassed. Glassing of the |
transom is about to be done. The holes in the deck are for access to steering and
control cables and hoses.
|Boxing for fuel filler being glued up. The next frame forward has been trimmed |
and doublers added both sides, then glassed.
|Boxing completed and glassed, ready to be trimmed flush with the sheer.|
|Cuddy cabin sole dry-fitted, along with the pedestal for the toilet and the two |
small shelf seats.
|Kevin glued in the plywood soles and seats during the week before my next visit. |
He epoxied bolts into the plywood to serve as studs to fasten down the toilet
|Cutting a notch in the sheer clamp for a stringer. The length of wood is a straight-edge |
to guide the angles of the saw. The back face of the notch is cut at about 45 degrees to
minimise the amount of sheer clamp that is cut away in the process.
|Completed notches for deck stringers, through bulkheads and into sheer clamps.|
|Deck stringers and hatch trimmers dry-fitted and ready for gluing.|
|Deck stringers are notched into sheer clamps and bulkheads. They will be glued in|
after the hull skin inside the cuddy cabin has been faired and sanded.
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