All the plywood is Garnica Dura Ply.
The softwood is Douglas Fir
Epoxy is West 105
I have started the build with the beams as I know from experience that this is a killer at the end of a build.
There are 4 main beams, a mast beam and a forward netting beam
All have been covered with a few layers of 200 grm cloth and painted with high build primer
(netting beam is epoxy sheathed but not primed yet.
We spent about 3 months building them in a heated workshop.
I've cut bulkheads 4 to 8 and assembled 5 of them.
My intent was to have a master cabin in the port hull (forward)(entrance in bulkhead 6) with a large heads aft between bulkhead 7 and 8.
Then from bulkhead 8 to the back was to be a large lazerett.
Starboard hull was to be pretty standard.
The assembled bulkheads have all the bearers fitted.
My intention was to fit out most of the interior before putting the skin on.
From experience, this saves many hours.
They are expoxy coated and have jotun high build primer on.
The remaining 5 bulkheads of those that are cut need to be assembled.
Then bulkheads 1,2,3,9,10 still need marking out and cutting.
The beam box 1/4 bulkheads have all been cut and assembled.
There is sufficient 12mm plywood to do this and to do the backbones.
Mats for hulls etc +
There is approximately 80kg of west 105 with hardener.
There is about 60 lm of 20grm cloth.
There is a 10kg bag of cordial silica.
Softwood, there is approximately 1.5 cubic meters of douglas fir and Southern yellow pine in long lengths (kiln dried and clear)
It's enough to complete the hulls, stringers, backbone, keel ect.
There are 3 new opening ports.
2 new opening hatches.
Around 100 meters of 22 mm anchor warp.
Around 100 meters of 12mm braid.
There is a 17 meter mast section (sleeved at the 4 meter mark, standard rig is 12 meters)
There is a profurl roller furler, complete and in good condition.
Required to complete hulls +
70 sheets 9mm ply.
Glass cloth for sheathing.
Laround 300 kg of resin.
20 litres of high build primer.
Owner comment +
In my veiw, this represents good value and a decent head start.
I'm realistic in that I know my time will not be compensated, but I want to move on
I would consider building more bits at a price.
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