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Finish on cap rail will be teak oil. Should be varnish but we'll see.

Thanks to whoever posted my images for me. I assume it was Jeff. Thanks.
Guilty as charged on putting up the pictures. I figured it wasn't all that much more work for me than looking at them.... And I did want to see them.

Oh....and I agree on the varnish.

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Finish on cap rail will be teak oil. Should be varnish but we'll see.

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Thanks Bob. Whatever it is, it looks great
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Thanks Jeff. I hope you can continue to do that for me please.

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Thanks Jeff. I hope you can continue to do that for me please.
Glad to!
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Re: Bob Perry's Carbon Cutters

If I could impose on Jeff please to turn these files into images for me I'd appreciate that.

Today's trip was fun. Things are happening fast now. Somebody on SA last week noticed the Spinlock clutches were all mounted backwards. (Don't look at me!) We fixed that.
Hatches are no installed. All ports are in. reaching jib tracks are on the cap rail. Lots of wiring work going on below.

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Interesting take on butterfly hatches. Will they be Awlgripped to simulate wood or painted to create constrast? Seems for the first time ever there will be butterfly hatches that don't leak :-).
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I did the same b'fly hatch detail on the PSC 63 ketch. I think they stay as now shown in terms of finish. No faux wood on this boat.

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I thought that butterfly hatch detail was a very creative solution to an age old problem.

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Re: Bob Perry's Carbon Cutters

Hi Bob...beautiful boat. Have really enjoyed this thread from start to finish.

What's the lining of the "hawse pipe" or "tube" (for lack of a better term) that leads from the deck to the anchor rollers? Black something, maybe plastic?

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Hi Bob...beautiful boat. Have really enjoyed this thread from start to finish.
I find this thread frustrating. With each and every photo, I find myself drooling over these boats and wishing I could own one. Then we hear that the molds may actually be "broken" after it is all done. That just seems too sad.
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