Well, what an interesting few weeks. Most of us were out sick with various stuff but are slowly getting back into the routine, just in time for the Holidays
Applying bottom paint and new Duke Blue paint to the topsides of a 1934 Electri-Craft
18ft Lyman Islander, New deck beams, inwales, rub rails and now dry fitting the mahogany marine plywood decks
Installing the deck hardware and mahogany trim on a Dutch made Celebrity class sailboat. Note the new Dynel deck covering. That stuff makes a nice non-skid deck.
The final fairing of the bottom on the 1957 Continental. The next step is a special primer coat.
Rebuilding the motor well for the Flats Flyer, Also rebuilding the structure for new deck hatches.
Also many other projects moving along like the Resorter, Riviera, an several other electric boats.
1934 15ft Electric
New boat in the shop a 1934 15' Electric. Jack has removed the exterior hardware, rudder, prop, stuffing box, steering linkage, interior seats and floor pannels. He has stripped the deck and removed the old deck caulk lines. The crew rolled the boat over and washed the exterior. Jack also has sanded all of the paint off the bottom and preppes the sides for new paint. He is not applying a coat of primer on the bottom.
Jack has contined to sand the whole boat and fill holes.
Jack has stained and applied a coat of varnish.
Shane and Gary have applied a layer of fiberglass on the portside bottom.
Shane has continued on this project and has scraped the coaming.
Shane has put the upholstery on the dash and two side panels.
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