Just fore the fun of it:)
Seeing how this time of the year usually inspires new builds,I figured,after being inspired by another forum member, to post a few pictures of my assembling of the side panels for a Bolger designed 31 foot estuary cruiser.These were taken a few years ago and I am now getting dangerously close to being finished.I'll have to post recent pictures soon
Hope this encourages and inspires others who work alone
First side panels with one side of the joints glassed.
Plastic sheeting layed over joints as next series of panels(background) are layed of this for assembling the other side of the boat.
Cookies to help keep seam aligned,very important with an eight foot long butt joint!
Dry fit to see that all lines up well!
More to follow.............
Last edited by P.L.Lenihan; 05-26-2008 at 04:33 AM.
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.