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Quick View Start to Finish

Now that we have launched, let’s have a quick look at the job from start to finish. This was the first frame, cut on a CNC router. This first frame was nicely cut, better than I could have done by … Continue reading

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Fishing the Wooli River

Since the launch last month, we have been relaxing and enjoying life on the Wooli River. There have been some jobs to get finished, both here on the boat and back at home, and we are still close enough to … Continue reading

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We successfully launched at Wooli on 15 December 2015. Using truck and crane, we launched at the government wharf in front of a crowd that must have included more than half the town.

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I have just spent the afternoon with the operators from North Coast Heavy Towing surveying the route to Yamba. They are putting in an application for the wide load permit and we should should know in a week whether the … Continue reading

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Here’s a quick flick through 3 years work, pretty much from start to finish. Hover over the thumbnail picture to see the photo in real size. If you want more detail of the work completed, keep reading down the page.

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Sails Arrive

The sails were ordered back at the start of September. After some delays with delivery, they have finally arrived. I took them out of the bag to inspect, and that’s when they photos were taken. Now they are bagged up … Continue reading

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Yamasun or Parmaha?

When you buy a brand new outboard, the last thing that most people would do is to take it home and dismantle it. But that is exactly what I have done. The motor is a 15hp Parsun 4 stroke outboard, … Continue reading

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Invertor Install

We have a nice new Victron Multiplus invertor/charger installed and running. What is really nice about this unit is the way that it switches across between the invertor and charger functions. The box is connected to our 400AHr Lithium Ion … Continue reading

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Mast Ordered

Mast ordered. Waiting for delivery. While looking on their site for this AYS logo, I also found a nice photo from the lauch of the original Sarah from a few years back:

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Saloon Settee

Birgit has been busy with the sewing machine, and the saloon now has upholstered cushions. We were lucky buy a roll of material that was intended to be used as the cloth on car seats. The cutbacks and closures in … Continue reading

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