Boatsmith Florida building Wharram Ariki catamaran

Discussion in 'Multihulls' started by Corley, Feb 11, 2013.

  1. El_Guero

    El_Guero Previous Member

    David,

    I love it. Do you have an 80% discount for those of us who love it?

    :)

    I guess I gotta just dream for now ....

    One question: You attached the cockpit to the beams, did you coat the bolts with locktight after tightening everything up?

    Wayne
     
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    Very practical construction. Nice use of XPS blue foam sandwich.

    Dino
     
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    Wayne, first fit only, final will get double nuts and locktite.
    Dino, I don't know what xps blue foam sandwich is. We use Coosa board with and without skins and glass/Divinycell/glass sandwich. I'm ready to learn new stuff?
     
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    Our wheel, carbon and cypress.
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    A little progress
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    Looking beautiful, David!
     
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    Very cool Dave , is there a small warehouse close by, I'm planning to build another boat soon around April. 55ft side wheeler.
     
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