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Not a sailboat but a real challenge for us...

Here is a real challenge. Winaway, a 1924 Schertzer Raised Deck Cruiser in seriously bad condition.

She has issues with sitting on a trailer for far too long which has caused some hogging to Starboard.


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She also needs about 25 planks replaced.


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The upper section and wheelhouse are in decent shape.


with the exception of the back wall port side.


The interior isn't too bad.


and the deck is mostly ok.

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Some of the planking to starboard has plywood screwed over it which leads me to believe we'll be replacing the planking there. The initial plan is to build some framework to attach to the starboard hull so we don't have to put stands under that starboard side. We'll use templates made from the port hull frames (which are not hogged out) to replace the starboard framing. I'm hoping I don't have to pull the house and roll her over to do this.
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Well, the car looks good!! what are all those random hoses in the galley?
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Second on the car.

Dude, that's one helluva project you got there. Best of luck.
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'make a hell of a nice fire.
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'make a hell of a nice fire.
That's what I was thinking! Looks like that boat should be put out to pasture!
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Charlie, There is a thread going on about God and they are looking for a sign of proof. If you complete this project you need to post in that thread because you will truly be raising that from the dead.
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I think the owner has the problem I have - all too often when I look at a boat, I see what she could be - not what she is.
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my hats off to you if you are to complete that project. I have seen some beautiful Schertzer designs with lots of bright work but that one is going to be a lot of work just to make it float and keep it floating.
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heres the Kiyi in Seatle a Schertzer design
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Wow, that's sweet!!!!!
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