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  1. Re: Looking For Two of These...Seen Them Before Can't Recall Where

    https://shop.hamiltonmarine.com/inet/storefront/store.php?mode=searchstore&search%5Bsearchfor%5D=Handrail
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    Re: My "new" (to me) Glen-L Fancy Free

    I am a rank amateur but if you are going to epoxy the deck why not just use thickened epoxy for the screw and glue work. Strong, water tight and very forgiving of poor fit. Wood flour would work...
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    Re: Deltaville Deadrise

    Deltaville Deadrise was a great post to follow your Port Comfort 23 build. Hopefully the new owner will send a picture or two of the boat in action that you can post here.
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    Re: Oughtred Fulmar Build

    I believe that roller will make retrieval very difficult.

    Your boat is beautiful, enjoy!
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    Re: Rebuilding and Repowering a 1966 ClipperCraft

    Looking good, when do you plan a first run?
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    Re: NJ Garvey build

    Congratulations! Your boat looks like it's at home on a mooring. I hope you post some sailing pictures so we can see how you chose to rig your sails.
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    Re: Silicon bronze screws - sources?

    My choice for a good selection and reasonable price for the east coast: https://hamiltonmarine.com

    Since nedL suggests Goulet Specialties in CT I would check them out too.
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    Re: Lofting the Brewer catboat

    Good luck with the PT, sounds like you are in good hands. Be religious about doing your at home assignments, they are just as important. I'm five months out on knee replacement and PT was critical...
  9. Re: Marine paint or not for occasionally used boat

    On a trailered boat porch and deck paint should be fine. However, if you want a marine paint that won't break the budget Rustolium Marine is a reasonable option. I have used it on my boat and works...
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    Re: Who knows what this is?

    I haven't seen one of these since 1968!
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    Re: Lofting the Brewer catboat

    That might cause a massive bums rush!

    I am a long time stalker - I have enjoyed the elegance of this build and have taken a number of important basic lessons to heart. Some have been put to...
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    Re: Selway Fisher Clyde 18

    Other than being dependent on the temperament of the weather would it be easier to complete the rest of the boat and then build the cabin to out on the driveway? I can't past the concept of...
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    Re: Lighting 19 Renovation

    The only thing that comes close to being a "mini-lightening" in my experience is a Bluejay. Either way both boats are fun to sail.

    As Rich Jones said Rustolium Marine would be just fine on a...
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    Re: Selway Fisher Clyde 18

    You are caught between a rock and a hard place.
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    Re: Selway Fisher Clyde 18

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    Crazy question: Would the boat fit through the door on its side so you don't have to amputate the cabin top?

    Crazier question: Is the header of the garage door wood or brick? You know...
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    Re: H28 "Larrikin" rebuild

    Very pretty Cabinetry, boats are furniture that float!
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    Re: Anyone know this model?

    Monet used a studio boat.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Studio_Boat_%28Le_Bateau-atelier%29
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    Re: Caledonia Yawl build downunder

    Neil, I am so sorry you must live in such a depressing environment! It must be such an insult to the eyes to see that in the morning:d.
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    Re: Caledonia Yawl build downunder

    Looks very good to me Neil, and very familiar for some reason.

    Good luck with the new dog, I love retrievers but they always challenging the first two years. After that we become the best of...
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    Re: H28 "Larrikin" rebuild

    How do you work with all that lofty space above the boat!
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    Re: H28 "Larrikin" rebuild

    The sweeps of those sides are appealing to the eye and those corner posts a pretty piece of work.

    I've been looking in on your work for quite a while and hope you get to enjoy the fruits of your...
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    Re: The Cape Henry 21 building thread

    Congratulations on your launch! The name and color are a good laugh but boat is too pretty to be a HULK!
  23. Re: Skin on Frame Kayak - Purpose of a Deck Plate

    Why not follow the instruction from Yoastwerks? Clearly they have practical experience with building this kayak have good reasons for their suggestions/methods. Why do you want to only lash it...
  24. Re: Skin on Frame Kayak - Purpose of a Deck Plate

    The deck plates as you call them are breasthooks to me and I believe the breasthook would be much stronger than a dowel bridging the two gunwales to the stem. I am not a skin on frame guy so I am...
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    Re: Building "Elfyn"

    Looking good!
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    Re: Inherited barn find Chris Craft

    Local marine surveyors: https://www.marinesurvey.org/surveyors/united-states/ohio/
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    Re: The Cape Henry 21 building thread

    I have been lurking in your thread for a while but now I have to comment: Respect! What and accomplishment this was a big step towards getting the boat into its elements.
  28. Re: Repair/maintenance of the Keel of my '57 CC sedan

    The most important question you have to ask yourself is, "Do I really want to put my family and friends at risk in this boat?" You wouldn't take them in a pickup truck with a cracked frame or a...
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    Re: An Ilur in NZ

    Elan is a beautiful boat, well done! Keep having fun.
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    Re: Building Ninigret

    "I agree with Dave and rgthom that it will fade away a bit with paint.

    here's a random thought: Considering the motor is protected by the box you're building, does it still need the plastic...
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    Re: H28 "Larrikin" rebuild

    Okay, I am impressed, saw your post first thing in the morning and it made want to go back to bed and take a nap! The good condition of the planking is also impressive. I have a hunch you were...
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    Re: Penobscot 13 Build

    Well done!
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    Re: Air dried white oak source on Eastern Shore

    I used Willard to slash saw my black locust a few years back. At that time they did have while oak but it was kiln dried. It's worth a call, you might get lucky.
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    Re: Air dried white oak source on Eastern Shore

    There was/is a mall sawmill Glen Gardener, Hunterdon County, NJ (908) 217-6105. A few years back the had a good supply of air dried white oak. If they are close enough you could give them a call,...
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    Re: Caledonia Yawl build downunder

    Nice progress Neil!
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    Re: H28 "Larrikin" rebuild

    "You were right with “her” Hugh, she’s a Rhodesian Ridgeback and that’s her spot - she’s pretty chilled."

    I rescued a Rhodesian Ridgeback out of a bad circumstance once. That dog would climb...
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    Re: H28 "Larrikin" rebuild

    Boy, you work fast, you got all the done in just a few seconds!
  38. Thread: Wood despair

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    Re: Wood despair

    The price may be high but perhaps you can find what you need here:https://www.clcboats.com/shop/products/boat-building-supplies-epoxy-fiberglass-plywood/western-red-cedar.html

    You might want to...
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    Re: Caledonia Yawl build downunder

    That's a useful tip Neil. I see the "quality Control Officer" has given his approval.
  40. Re: "Skål Sandy!” a Caledonia Yawl Build in Cream Ridge NJ

    So I'm look out the window at this:
    103934

    But I so want to be here again!
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    Re: Lofting the Brewer catboat

    I'v only done a limited number of plugs but a flush cut saw worked well in my clumsy hands.
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    Re: The restoration of Rogue (1892)

    Pure Beauty!
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    Re: Building Ninigret

    Can you move the microphone mount to the other side of the VHF?
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    Re: Lofting the Brewer catboat

    Not true, we just tell different lies these days!
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    Re: Ping Pong balls for flotation?

    May I suggest: https://nautos-usa.com/products/buoyancy-bag-holt-pvc-shaped-bow-airbag-83cm-x-91cm-x-35cm-sb2101-holt

    They come in different sizes and shapes.
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    Re: Caledonia Yawl build downunder

    Great to see that you broke the ice and dove in! It gets easier from here. My I suggest that you try "cloths pins" for the planks. I have very many left over from my build, I'd bring them over but...
  47. Re: "Skål Sandy!” a Caledonia Yawl Build in Cream Ridge NJ

    Sorry if I was not clear. All gains were half gains. The garboard gains were cut on the boat once the glue had set. I think a rebate plane is a better choice than a chisel - at least in my hands....
  48. Re: "Skål Sandy!” a Caledonia Yawl Build in Cream Ridge NJ

    Neil,

    The receiving edge of the entire length of the garboard planks were beveled using a 1-1/2" fillister plane, zoom in on post #45 and you can see the bevel. I f you look a post 43 you can see...
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    Re: Building Ninigret

    I vote for the red, it makes the lines of the boat pop. Parchment would be cooler but it won't highlight the lines of the boat the way red would. You might consider green as it should absorb less...
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    Re: Black Locust Joinery Glue

    The laminated stems and keelson of my Caledonia yawl are all black locust glued with West epoxy. The back locust case logs are are also bonded to the keelson with West epoxy. Just rough up the...
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