the fairey hunt 18 or the cat i built afterwards?
still using ply with bonding paste.
i'll see if i can get a better pic fro ma different angle.
just going on what we were told.
the owner before the previous owner was the chap who imported it over from America.
i think he has got paper...
thanks for that.
will check it next sunday when i go back and i'll get a pic if i find it.
thanks for your suggestion.
any one else got any idea what make it is?
a friend of mine has just bought a 23ft cat built in america here in the uk.
does anyone recognize the hull and know what make it is as we can...
cheers for the info.
so i could easily make my own type of seacast.
all the required materials i can get locally so may give it a go some...
i know poly dont stick well to epoxy but the boats i build are built using polyester so epoxy is a no go plus its a lot more expensive than...
thanks for the link.
had a quick look and looks like its all made from epoxy resin.
i use polyester so the 2 wont really work together....
thats the way it looks like i'll be doing it now.
like you say takes time but has to be done.
im looking at purchasing a few boat moulds...
do you have a link to it and can it be bought in the UK?
i dont really want to use plywood.
i know i can bond plywood in absolutely fine but its the people who fit engines that can be the problem if...
price wise it cant be too expensive.
dont want to use ply as i have repaired too many boats with rotten ply even marine ply.
marine ply nowadays...
i normally use marine ply in transoms on boats i build.
im now looking at seacast or nidabond pourable transom.
does anyone know of any...
thats interesting to know.
so how did you overcome the healing problem?
mine does it slightly but if i move gear around that sorts it out...
stability wise in any direction whether wind over tide or side on wind and tide or following tide its great.
i have been out in some rough...
now a bigger workshop with more calendars sounds great lol.
it tracks fine in pretty most all situations but it dont like the side on wind and tide too much.
its fine but i have to keep correcting the...