Or it may not...
Lol! That is a pretty safe statement.
I'm going to extend the tunnel to the new transom.
I'm working on the profile of the...
Well, since all the frames are built, 10' it is.
Really, it's just that I had the first transom carrying the outboards, and the transom was so...
[ATTACH] First temporary section from OSB.
[ATTACH] B4. Last frame. A couple osb building jigs, then strongback time.
And now I’m going back and forth. Pods? No pods? A couple members, far...
Bajansailor was kind enough to send me the article, and the follow up.
New B1 leaning against repaired B3.[ATTACH]
B3, with the door from the forward cockpit to the interior, cut to the proper height.[ATTACH]
New transom. A friendly suggestion from a brilliant forum member. Moving the outboards to pods. The cutout is for a door to the dive platform....
Extruded structural polystyrene foam panel with fleece fabric on both faces to allow bonding of cement. I wouldn't built a lightweight megayacht...
That's the stuff.
As a construction contractor I use this stuff constantly. Has anyone repurposed it for anything?
Solid advice. Thanks Barry.
Going to pitch out the transom and do it again. Pods and dive platform.
Anyone have a lead on a pair of good used outboards?
Thanks Mr. E. I have been a bit heavy on the scantlings. I need to remember that rule.
Yes. Double line at the bottom of the topsides is chine, which ends at S1.
I've been wondering how to do that. As you can see, the Ram provides a massively strong mounting point. But beyond that, I don't know. If you have...
Make more sense?
It shall be done.
I'm going to have to do more drawings. I'd say I wish people could see what I'm imagining, but no.