FS14_LS - CSotelo - Brazil

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Re: FS14_LS - CSotelo - Brazil

Post by csotelo » Fri Sep 15, 2017 7:37 pm

Hello,

I got home last week and used a big holiday (Independence day) to work on the boat.

Cut and dry fitted missing all deck parts.

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Glued Rod holders, tubes and gunwales supports

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The aft deck

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Bow deck and seat platform backing plate

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The U-bolt reinforcement and holes.
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Last deck piece:
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Now I´m coating the underside of gunwales and getting strengths to finish the fairing on cockpit.

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I hope I can glass the decks and gunwales on next week… I´ll have to move the boat and want it fully epoxied.

It will be hard to prime and paint under gunwales, but I have short time.

Regards,

Carlos



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Re: FS14_LS - CSotelo - Brazil

Post by Eric1 » Fri Sep 15, 2017 7:55 pm

Excellent! Glad to see you back to work!! :D

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Re: FS14_LS - CSotelo - Brazil

Post by csotelo » Mon Oct 23, 2017 4:19 pm

Hello,

I permanently moved a few weeks ago.

Every day I look at Pangas launching from beach and I´m starting to think about PG22… my wife don´t share the same excitement :lol: :lol:

This saturday, the trailer I bought got ready for pick up. It´s not viable to build your own trailer here because the paper work to get it licensed is a nightmare, so I got one from government certified company.

It´s the same for boatbuilding, I had to pay a local engineer to certify Jacques project, I´ll tell more about it when I got the boat licensed. :?

So, I started with 3 hour drive, installed the trailer hitch, got the trailer and made the bunks as fast as I could.

Then the hard part: remove the boat from my barbecue area in the backyard passing over a sink and a counter top thru a small corridor.

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One hour and a lot of sweat later…
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A good point, the boat refuses to get on its side. I think it´s impossible to flip it over on the water.

More 3 hour drive….

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And finally at home!!!

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Now I´m waiting the weather get better to restart the build.

Regards,

Carlos

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Re: FS14_LS - CSotelo - Brazil

Post by Eric1 » Mon Oct 23, 2017 4:22 pm

Glad you got the boat out and on the trailer. Good to hear from you Carlos! :D

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Re: FS14_LS - CSotelo - Brazil

Post by Jeff » Mon Oct 23, 2017 8:30 pm

Good stuff Carlos!!! Jeff

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Re: FS14_LS - CSotelo - Brazil

Post by csotelo » Tue Oct 24, 2017 3:18 pm

Thanks guys!!

If weather cooperate, I´ll do more the boat.

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