Re: Concordia Yawl #26 Restoration
Good approach toward handling the work in modules like that Chuck. Have you a clear overview of all the work expected to be done? For example; your deck.If you are seeing some work there,particularly with the margin planks and the sheer strake, you may be able to remove those now, thereby allowing you relatively free and easy access to the frame heads,which in turn may make your notion of laminating your frame replacements more rewarding.That is,it would be a cinch to slide the new frames down the opening created with the deck margin planks removed and under the bilge stringer.
Of course, this is just loose and easy talk from me. I'm not there.
Nevertheless, courage and perserverance with your restoration!
And thanks for the pictures too. Always interesting to see the guts of some of the finer boats out there.
Do it,do it,do it,do it,do it,do it,do it,now!
This boat was built with ten thumbs.No fingers were harmed in anyway.