Fairers needed

Discussion in 'Services & Employment' started by JINLEE, Mar 20, 2012.

  1. JINLEE
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    JINLEE Junior Member

    Friends,

    Trowlers and faires wanted.

    Location: South Korea.
    Pax: 10 +
    Works: Troweling and long board sending
    Work period: immediately untlil mid May.
    6days/ 8hrs per day

    Remarks.
    Project manager and sub PM from overseas are already in Korea.

    Indivisual or small team would be perfcet. no consultancy or broker needed.

    Serious applicators only.

    Air line, meal, accomodations to be paid septly.

    Will have countinous project if wanted.

    Pls. contact me at mail2jinlee@gmail.com immedtly.
     
  2. ksr158
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  3. dyc
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  4. CatBuilder

    CatBuilder Previous Member

    Sure wish there were some Americans interested in this work. I need a faring crew within a couple months.
     
  5. dyc
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  6. CatBuilder

    CatBuilder Previous Member

    Definitely interested. I'm PMing you....
     
  7. mydauphin
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    mydauphin Senior Member

    I wonder how much people are paying for this God forsaken work.
     
  8. CatBuilder

    CatBuilder Previous Member

    No idea. Do you know anyone in FL that does fairing and painting? I'm trying to line a crew up to do both, if I can find one.
     
  9. mydauphin
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    mydauphin Senior Member

    I do, but honestly I don't want to do it anymore. Most the guys around don't speak English and the ones that do are a little flaky. You need one guy that really knows what there doing and a couple of assistants. You can be third guy and do mixing. I used to work on Aluminum yachts that we faired with epoxy, some were pretty big. I know one guy that is good but he has full time job at boatyard and moonlights also but here locally.

    I didn't think you were going to need so much fairing.
     
  10. CatBuilder

    CatBuilder Previous Member

    Similar issue up here with the help. You'd be surprised how much fairing goes into a 48x 25 cat. 2 hulls, connecting structure, deck, etc... Similar to a 70 ft mono in area.

    Also, I need to get launched ASAP to get back to work, so I don't want to spend months fairing and painting. I need a crew to bang it out.
     
  11. shep
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  12. mydauphin
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    mydauphin Senior Member

    Cat send me some pictures of your boat, how much work you really need.
     
  13. ReflexionYC
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    ReflexionYC New Member

    Would also be interested if you have any further details Catbuilder?

    Regards..
     

  14. n.rogers
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    n.rogers n.rogers

    Hi, are you still looking for fairers? I have experience with awlgrip and international systems.
     
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