I will take your advice on that. I never really thought about it. I've been lucky thus far but I want it to last.
I have one. The bimini never stays down unless it's at the house. I pull it with the bimini up.
It needs some more paint and varnish, but, other than that it's good!
Brand new paint and decals. [ATTACH]
Sounds like you may have work for "Serenity" already.
Air Flite, thanks for sharing. That is amazingly impressive! Those sleds scoot along just fine!
Over doing it is never good. Although I do know the excitement of getting closer.
Oh I understand that. Just keep in mind some of your big outboards are 25" lower unit. But you can get them 20" also. It looks fine brother, don't...
Ok, the rest of you boat makes it look much shorter than that. That's why I asked.
Big brother DC. How tall is your transom?
Wow, quite the progress. It's been awhile since I've been on. Nice job DC.
Moving right along! You're getting it done!
Holy crap bro. Fantastic work! That bend is superb!
I was more concerned with the sled.
Just kidding. Glad you're ok.
Oh boy. John has to re-epoxy that part.
It's freaking 60° F down here in South Louisiana. I remember 30 years ago it would be close to freezing. The seasons are shifting.
Oh I'm sure John will be all smiles BB. All of the research that he did, he's building Serenity the correct way. There's no better feeling than...
Boat design minds want to know.
Welp! Looks like BB is the official tester. May God be with you BB. Put the throttles in the corner and hold on.
Ruh roh! BB is the official "Chuck Yaeger" of the Hickman's sea sled.