The lee hulls and joining beam. 11m long, each hull is 20 kgs, the beam 16, total 56. The old hull was 176 kgs so a major weight and windage saving, plus all the components for the boat are light … Continue reading “The “Bucket List” Prototype Building Blog”
The lee hull of the C60 was joined last week. From Georgio, the builder: “Because of the short gel time of the glue, we had to get the job done in 30 minutes. We were 8 inside the hull with spatulas … Continue reading “CRUISER 60 – PERU”
The final infusion on the windward hull is done (bridge deck curved bits). Stringers and beam bulkheads are in place. The floor is about to be infused, with the hatches included in the infusion. A very time consuming part of the boat.
June 2015. Since the last update, the windward hull bilge has been infused outside then in. Whereas both sides of the topsides were infused in one hit, the bilge was infused one side at a time. Infusing the outside was straight forward once the through foam leaks had been identified.