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Old 07-31-2016, 03:22 AM
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Originally Posted by bluejack View Post
OK I'll ask...What is that "C" shaped laminated piece seen in several pics. I'm trying to imagine a curve on the hull where that would fit and the only place would be the bow stem. Edumacate me please.

I'm pretty sure that is the part of the tumblehome bumper that will wrap around the platform part of the bracket on the transom.
Old 07-31-2016, 04:24 AM
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Originally Posted by bluejack View Post
OK I'll ask...What is that "C" shaped laminated piece seen in several pics. I'm trying to imagine a curve on the hull where that would fit and the only place would be the bow stem. Edumacate me please.
As Tarbaby said it is the lower bumpers where they fit around the bracket.
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This is going to be beautiful!
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what is the degree deadrise of this hull.
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Originally Posted by Mooney6959 View Post
This is going to be beautiful!
Thank you.
Old 07-31-2016, 02:57 PM
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Originally Posted by Capt Hugh Wilde View Post
Because it isn't easier, it requires being glassed, it can never rot with water intrusion thru the screw holes so that is a huge plus.

I used teak on several boats, but it has gotten so high, so I ordered Iroko for the bumpers, and we dressed and edged it, but when we started to rip it, it tied itself in knots, after cutting 3 pieces of it, we stopped and took it back to the vendor and went with Coosa.

The Iroko looked like the answer as a teak replacement, but this load I got must not have been dried properly because it went crazy when cut.
Gotcha. Had I thought about that I would have gone with Coosa as well. Boat is looking good, any idea when she will be right side up?
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Gotcha. Had I thought about that I would have gone with Coosa as well. Boat is looking good, any idea when she will be right side up?
Have the crane set for 2 weeks from tomorrow. Was planning a few days before that but that was the first day I could get him when I thought we would be ready.
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Old 08-02-2016, 03:49 AM
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Looking mighty fine
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Originally Posted by Jassman View Post
what is the degree deadrise of this hull.
From earlier in the thread:

Originally Posted by jbg108 View Post
She'll be 18 degrees at the stern and 56 somewhere around the entry.
I don't think that has changed
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I just saw that Bertram has a brand new 35 coming out.

http://www.bertram.com/bertram-35
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I know it's a minority opinion but it's (still?) a free country... So I'm going to express my opinion... She looks so much better as an inboard (i.e. without the eggbeaters and associated hull structures)...
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Originally Posted by Navatech View Post
I know it's a minority opinion but it's (still?) a free country... So I'm going to express my opinion... She looks so much better as an inboard (i.e. without the eggbeaters and associated hull structures)...
Well, it is an opinion that even the owner shares, but it is a matter of draft where the boat is kept. That left no choice.
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Originally Posted by Navatech View Post
I know it's a minority opinion but it's (still?) a free country... So I'm going to express my opinion... She looks so much better as an inboard (i.e. without the eggbeaters and associated hull structures)...
Where she will be slipped I scrape the hull with my 27 whaler tow boat which drafts close to what this will. You will not get out with inboards after 1/2 tide. On moon lows between fall and spring equinox it is not passable in my 23'cc without prop dredging. Thankfully it's just sand.
Inboards would limit half the fishing Jay does. Also his family trips would be greatly curtailed with less attractive "have to go now tidal limits"
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Originally Posted by Capt Hugh Wilde View Post
Well, it is an opinion that even the owner shares, but it is a matter of draft where the boat is kept. That left no choice.
I am envious of those who are able to do a custom build and appreciate the time you take to share this project with us. It's really fascinating to see what it takes to make it all come together.
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Originally Posted by Capt Hugh Wilde View Post
That left no choice.
No choice?!... I'd consider jets or pocketed screws before I chose eggbeaters... In fact, I'd rather rent somebody else's dock (and out mine to offset the cost) before I'd go with eggbeaters...
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^this guy has clearly never tried to get out of ryder's on a low tide
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Originally Posted by Hefty Lefty View Post
^this guy has clearly never tried to get out of ryder's on a low tide
From what I understand from Jay, there are like 200 slips in the whole town and everybody else is stuck on a mooring ,
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Originally Posted by Navatech View Post
No choice?!... I'd consider jets or pocketed screws before I chose eggbeaters... In fact, I'd rather rent somebody else's dock (and out mine to offset the cost) before I'd go with eggbeaters...
I have run boats with jets and they remind me of a windshield wiper on a billy goat's ass. Worthless.

We have a budget, and to build the boat to do the job the man that is paying me wanted, and to keep the boat in budget, outboards were the final and best choice.
If somebody wants her as an inboard, I modify the stringer design under the cabin, redraw the fuel tank, and put a pair of 440 Yanmars in it.

But this one gets eggbeaters.
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Originally Posted by Capt Hugh Wilde View Post
I have run boats with jets and they remind me of a windshield wiper on a billy goat's ass.

I own a jet but that is funny.

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