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|01-18-2009 11:03 AM|
1982 Tartan 37
Just before she is splashed for the sea trial, mid summer 2005
These are from Spring 2008, prepping teak, new bottom paint, adding a new boot stripe, and applying name
|01-18-2009 03:49 AM|
She's a 1978 CT48
Pictures were taken in 2005 in Beirut Lebanon when I was very deep into the refit.
Port holes out...stanchions, pulpit and bow roller all off.
I just re installed the wooden rub rails.
The haul-out is a platform that is lowered and raised with 8 big hydraulic winches.
|01-12-2009 10:10 PM|
pick the lint out of my wallet.
but it was worth all the work.
i had a great summer.
|01-12-2009 09:18 PM|
Originally Posted by cnc33voodoo View Post
what did you do the second week?
|01-12-2009 07:51 PM|
last spring on her way home.
this was originally my fathers boat which i grew up sailing on.he sold it and i found her 10 years later and bought it off the second owner. spent 3-4 years on the hard when i found her.
from oct 07-now-all new teak,stainless,windows,rebuilt engine,transmission,fuel tanks,engine guages and pod,shore power,cabinets,complete bottom job,extensive hull work,rebuilt stove,running water,sinks,thru hull fittings,wheel steering,new water tanks,washroom,cockpit cushions,dodger,furling,sail covers,sails,rebuilt winches,full electrical refit,all new electronics,navigtion station,kitchen etc,etc and the work continues.
this summer im going to change all interior cushions and touch up the deck in a few spots.
could have bought a newer boat but it wouldnt be the same.
|01-12-2009 04:08 PM|
This is a great thread... i'm loving the photos. Whampoa... beautiful boat!
Here's "At Last" at Triton Yachts on the way to being put in the water. That's Paul in the photo... great guy and very professional.
About to splash... Rob Eberly doing survey work. I highly recommend him.
|01-12-2009 03:03 PM|
Hello World (with her former name) on the hard in San Carlos, Mexico getting prepped to be put on a truck:
Upon delivery to Seattle:
With a shiny bottom sitting in Canal Boatyard in Seattle:
|01-12-2009 09:37 AM|
You really should have a v-stand at the bow. If you were to go aboard to work on her and went to the very bow, chances are good that the boat might start to tip forward if you don't have a v-stand there.
Originally Posted by jaschrumpf View Post
|01-11-2009 11:37 PM|
As hard as it gets
A couple of "on the hard" photos from BR's transcontinental trip in 2006.
The trailer frame is 4 inches off the road.
This is about as "high and dry" as you can get.
|01-11-2009 09:16 PM|
Latest pic, this storm only dropped 18". We haven't had a good 2 or 3 footer for a few years now...
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