Jack continued work on the windshield trim for the 26’ Sea Skiff, custom bending the aircraft aluminum into the frame. He also finished shaping the gorgeous new hatch. Shane applied a second layer of top coat to the toe rails.
Gary completed work on the Mast and installed the teak fitting. He also repaired a window for the 18’ Sea Skiff by replacing and custom carving a new side due to the amount of damage on that side.
For the International-12, Nicolas has been working on planking port and starboard-side. This involves cutting, shaping, removing old nails and reworking boards for a tight, solid fit.
For the Celebrity, Nicolas applied the last coat of varnish on the spars and installed the hardware on the boom and the gaff.
On the Lyman, Nicolas continued planking work: milling plywood, removing old nails, and preparing to make scarfs.
For the Continental, Shane applied the fourth coat of varnish to the port side ceiling boards then sanded, prepped, and applied the fifth coat to both the port and starboard ceiling boards.
Gary and the team rolled the Electric Double Ender to prep the bottom for repairs and refinishing. Then Shane sanded the boat to prep for varnish, removed the prop shafts and packing, then cleaned it.
Shane did some touch up sanding on the interior of the Pelican and sanded and primed the deck. He then applied the first coat to the interior woodwork and gathered supplies for the electronics to determine the course of installation. He then designed and built an electronics panel and sanded/prepped/painted the first and second top coats of the deck in blue.
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