Our first week back in action, and there’s been a lot of it! After carefully sorting through and selecting mahogany for the Continental, Nicolas milled the remaining covering boards for the port and starboard sides. He also milled and shaped the transom covering piece. Shane has been working on cutting, shaping, and fitting splash rails for the sides and the transom.
For the Lyman, Nicolas prepared boards number three on both the starboard and port sides. He continued making, fitting, and gluing the new scarfs.
Shane prepped the trailer of the Celebrity for travel, adjusting bunks, checking the pressure, and installing the mast. It’s ready to go home! For the Piglet, Shane sanded, prepped, and applied the second and third coats of varnish to the rub rails, coamings, ceiling boards, etc.
Shane prepped, varnished, and prepped again the deck, coaming, and transom of the Budsin. It’s ready for the final coat! For the ’55 Continental, Shane removed the splash rails, which involves removing the bungs, unbolting, and cutting any stripped screws.
That's it for this week. Jack is out and we sure miss him! Hope everything had a safe and happy New Year's!
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