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Hi, The mast is free standing and only supported by mast partner and 1,60 meters below by the mast foot. A line from the side of the foot is attached to the end of the mast so it will not wander when lying ready for stepping. http://gallery.bateau2.com/albums/userpics/87433/20190616_143433_Mast_part...
- Sun Jun 16, 2019 6:30 am
- Forum: Builder's Power Boats
- Topic: ST21 Hybrid Powered "SKINNYDIP" Noosa Australia
- Replies: 4348
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A happy snap very worth while looking at. This shiny paint is really beautifull. Only Wouter can produce similar surfaces, I wish I could.
Hi, Thanks Jeff, Craig, Tony, Bogieman and Michael for the encouragement it boosts me a lot because the families encouragement is not so hot. My son said this morning I first go for a jog then I can help you with the mast and for my wife preparing the Sunday lunch is more important than watching the...
Hi Bogie, Got your message and question, I just did not know how to answer there and that is why I will answer you here. My mast is a standard aluminium sailing mast with 60 x 55 mm profile. It also has a slot where one would insert a standard sail. Because I do not need this slot for my junk sail I...
Hi, My first sail is coming closer. Today I practised raising and lowering the shear legs which I use for raising the mast. I can do it in a few minutes and it should not take too long to raise the mast afterwards. This is now the last version of my shear legs. I made them from aluminium poles and a...
- Fri May 31, 2019 12:38 pm
- Forum: Builder's Power Boats
- Topic: knottyBuoyz III The TW28 Project
- Replies: 2264
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Hi Rick, Watched your videos with great interest and I always get new hints how to work with epoxy. I see you are using some protection from your elbows forward to the gloved hands. Do you use these so you wont bang your arms against any corners ? I have seen them only on racing skiers who wear them...
- Thu May 09, 2019 11:37 am
- Forum: Forum Software & Site Bug Reports
- Topic: New Boat Builder Central Website
- Replies: 28
- Views: 593
Hi, This new page looks very nice and that on the FS13 plans start page are 4 pictures of my FS13 makes me smile with my mouth from ear to ear. The only thing is that the button for more pictures for the boat plans does not bring them up yet, but some other guy reported that to you already. Jacques ...
- Mon May 06, 2019 3:26 am
- Forum: Questions before purchasing the plans and announcements..
- Topic: building in a narrow space?
- Replies: 20
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Hi, Like Tony said in a post further up I built my boat in a narrow space. You must make sure that on the level concreted tracks you have 4 castor wheels which can swivel and can be locked by stepping on little plates. The most important thing is you can move to the side as close as 2 or 3 inches to...
Hi George, Thanks for the good description how you get the boat into the water especially the tip with attaching a line to the roof rack of the car. I want to do it exactly like you my only problem is the slip where I will let it into the water is very shallow and I cannot push the trailer far enoug...