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  1. smccormick

    dutch OB 20

    Making progress!
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    dutch OB 20

    Thanks for keeping us updated, it's coming along. Nice to see someone making progress.
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    dutch OB 20

    Nice progress.
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    Core Sound 20 Mk. 3 #22 - Essex Fells, NJ

    That looks like an amazingly complete kit. Welcome. watching.
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    dutch OB 20

    Hi Jan, thanks for showing us your project. I hope you continue to share your progress.
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    Ocracoke 24, Lucky#13

    Nice progress, I was wondering what had happened with this project.
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    Ocracoke 256 hull #2 Build

    I'm right there with you. I've always had boats with some amount of bright work and understand the commitment to keep it well maintained. If I can extend service intervals I'll consider it a win. Seems like it's always an experiment.
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    Ocracoke 256 hull #2 Build

    Trailer arrived last week.
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    Ocracoke 256 hull #2 Build

    Thanks for the recommendation of awlwood. I was going to do a clear LPU, but I think I may go with awlwood after reading up on it. Everyone, Thanks for the kind words on the transom. I have spent many years on sportboats with all the teak trimmings and would like to do the cockpit too, but I'm just to cheap and lazy, and don't want the extra weight so this and the helm pod are the only teak going on it. The toe rail will be sepele so if I get tired of maintenance I won't feel to bad about painting it.
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    Ocracoke 256 hull #2 Build

    Console and leaning post started.
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    Ocracoke 256 hull #2 Build

    Bagging teak boards to the transom.
  12. Sounds like a wonderful time.
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    Chick's Micro Power Cruiser Project.

    Chick, so after hearing so much about sweet tea on your threads, while in Chattanooga this last week I just had to try some. I also had shrimp and grits, hush puppies, biscuits and gravy, fried green tomatoes, okra, some of the best barbecue, bourbon, Tennessee whiskey. Can I claim to be a southerner now? Nice progress on the codger. BTW, I don't ever need to eat okra again thanks.
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    Ocracoke 20 in OZ

    At first I thought the recesses were for hinge knuckle clearance, then realized they are going the wrong way. Maybe just layup your parts on the mould without them. You can easily add a block to the corner of the mould to create a space for a drain fitting. Block of wood, a little clay... As far as glassing the interior, I just can't understand how it takes so long. I stood back thinking I could probably do 3 a day when I was starting. I sure got a reality check once the process started. My dad was over when I was doing some of this and his first comment after getting through with one box was, "I can't believe it took that long".
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    Outer Banks 26 #1

    You really do some beautiful work.

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