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  1. Paul356

    Taylor and Alan's CS-20 MK3 #15

    Enjoyed the video. I always learn something from watching how you work. Thanks.
  2. Paul356

    Core Sound 20 Mark III #3 "Jazz Hands"

    Based on earlier comments, I had made both sprits a little longer for my 17, and I am glad to have the extra length for flattening. In fact, I then had to in effect "shorten" the mizzen sprit a bit by adding a little line tag to the clew of the mizzen so the sprit would set further back and not interfere with the main. That is, it was so long it was poking too far in front. Make any sense? But it was much easier to do that than make it too short and have to scarf in something later. Ask me how much longer? Can't remember. If someone needs to know, say the word and I'll run out to the garage and measure.
  3. Paul356

    Dawn & Paul’s CS-20 MK3 #16

    Always fun to watch work by folks who know what they're doing.
  4. Paul356

    Core Sound 20 Mark III #3 "Jazz Hands"

    I used the Chick method. That may be because I wasn't smart enough to know about Quick Fair at the time. Occasionally I had to go back and add another coat of epoxy (or, better, slightly thickened epoxy) after some initial sanding as the skin was getting too thin and the cloth tape was coming through. I was happy with the results and felt the structure stayed strong. But it was noisy, dusty, and tedious. You all know better than I do, but I'm assuming Quick Fair is suitably strong, not just a "skin"?
  5. Paul356

    Ocracoke 20 in OZ

    bouncy bouncy bouncy
  6. Paul356

    Core Sound 20 Mark III #3 "Jazz Hands"

    Congratulations. I watched the video twice and still not sure how it all happened. But it did!
  7. Paul356

    Core Sound 20 Mark III #3 "Jazz Hands"

    Best wishes, whenever that extraction may be.
  8. Paul356

    Core Sound 20 Mark III #3 "Jazz Hands"

    vc17 is the way to go in fresh water. the progress looks great.
  9. Paul356

    Chick's Micro Power Cruiser Project.

    Or, as they say up north, Boink!
  10. Paul356

    STILL ON-->B&B Messabout 2018

    Great to see. Inspirational!
  11. Paul356

    Old Codger's Keowee Misadventure

    As always, thanks for sharing. Very enjoyable.
  12. Paul356

    Core Sound 20 Mark III #3 "Jazz Hands"

    I'll defer to Graham, et al, but the edges of the bottom paint line and boot stripe lines all need to be parallel to the WL. The bottom paint line and boot top lines are *not* a constant thickness throughout. The boot stripe will likely be wider at bow and stern than in the middle of the boat.
  13. Paul356

    Ocracoke 24 #7

    Wow! That's stunning. Did I understand correctly that you used foam instead of plywood?
  14. Paul356

    Core Sound 20 Mark 3 Build - Chesapeake, VA

    Enjoyed the trip and the boat. Cheers to you both.
  15. That sure looks like fun. Thanks for sharing, and for getting the whole family involved.
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