Monthly Archives: March 2013

Deck Commenced

As we worked forward, fitting out along the starboard side from back to front, the deck stringers became an issue. Long lengths of the 43×19 stringers are required for the deck, and numerous short lengths are required for internal fitout. … Continue reading

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Preparations for Floor

The inside of the hulls had to be glassed over before the floor structure is fitted. These old photos show Birgit working on that task.

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More Bathroom Photos

These are some older photos of the bathroom, showing the internal wall and high seat in the cockpit, as seen both inside the cabin and also on the outside from the cockpit. This high seat was built as a module … Continue reading

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Fitting the Toilet

Work is progressing forward in the starboard hull, after starting with the steps, the rudder post, the bulkhead on the rear frame and the inner wall separating the head from the cockpit, we are now at the back of the … Continue reading

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The case for CNC cut frames

There was a lot of effort required to program the frame geometry into the software that drives the CNC router. It could be done quick and dirty, or it could be programmed. Quick and dirty means describing each frame one … Continue reading

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Bathroom Inner Wall

When there is so much space in a “head”, it might as well get called a bathroom. On most other boats, these facilities are crammed in between cabins. On a Sarah, the end of one hull is available for the … Continue reading

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