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Looks like you've got a job on your hands there Mark!
 
But as you say, it'll be great when you've finished her and you can be confident that you've done a proper job which will last. Well done and look forward to seeing the progress reports.
 
And you're not missing much fishing either!
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DAY 3 - 13/04/13 - Grinding & Sanding

All grinded & sanded down, just the sides to do then the good work starts :-)



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DAY 4 - 15/04/13

Covered the deck with a sheet of mat, with grey pigment







Ribs all cut out and stuck into position with bonding paste





Tomorrow the ribs will all be glassed in.
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Is this the work being done by Garry? or are you doing this yourself?
 
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Originally posted by dkstenson dkstenson wrote:

Is this the work being done by Garry? or are you doing this yourself?

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Yes Garry is doing it :-)
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Forgot to look at the boat photo was to busy focusing on the calendar ;-)
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How. Much. Did you. Pay. For the boat
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Originally posted by Ahab Ahab wrote:

How. Much. Did you. Pay. For the boat


Alan,

I paid £2200 for the boat but the engine went pop on first trip, brought a 2007 mariner 75 for £2000
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Bright side of it all bully is ya. Got a blank canvas so. You can. Get it. How ya like. It's looking. Great. Already
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Originally posted by Ahab Ahab wrote:

Bright side of it all bully is ya. Got a blank canvas so. You can. Get it. How ya like. It's looking. Great. Already


Very true, having a fair bit of work done on it also, splitting the front window into two, shortening the side windows, putting windows on each side of the fly screen which is being bonding in place, the cabin fitted out with a bench, and storage on the other side, it will be like a new boat when all done
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