Upside-down? Not the boat; the blog. I have had questions about why, when you scroll down, the progress appears to be taking the boat apart. That is because this is a blog, so the most recent items are at the … Continue reading →
We have now cut the frames for the second hull of our Peter Snell designed Easy Cat “Sarah”, a 40 foot sailing catamaran. The second hull can not be assembled until the first hull is complete and removed from the … Continue reading →
With the plywood cladding of the hull complete, we have commenced the fibreglass coating on the hull.
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The outboard pods form part of the bridgedeck that joins the two hulls. The pod is now finished on the first hull, and this post goes right back to the start and shows the progress of the pod from start … Continue reading →
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The keel is now complete, resting on the top of the upside-down first hull. In retrospect, this post recaps the construction of the keel, from the drafting of the components, to the assembly and fitting of the keel to the … Continue reading →