For my Fellow Trojan Owners

Discussion in 'Powerboats' started by buckknekkid, Oct 4, 2007.

  1. buckknekkid
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    buckknekkid Senior Member

    Im posting a few more pics, to show what the Galley Countess wants, and thats not my bald head in the last pic
     

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    im nuts

    I even painted the inside of the hull
     

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    smore

    heres a pic or two the center pic is our temp galley before the woodwork. this year we are relocating the micro and putiing the sliding doors behind the sink back in,,
     

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    anudder two

    continuing along
     

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    ootside

    bini me and of course the proverbial bottom coat
     

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    charmc Senior Member

    That's a lot of work, but you're doing a great job! Looks like a gorgeous vessel is getting the TLC she deserves.
     
  7. buckknekkid
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    thanks charlie

    Its very expensive therapy to prevent me from going Postal
     

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    smore

    floating pics:p no bimini,, new bimini...no platform,,new platform,, Some beers,, bras come out...
     

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    charmc Senior Member

    Looks like you have many more wimmens than guys ... good planning!! :D
     
  10. juiceclark

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    While many of the naval architects in here are discussing the best coring for this and this new fangled way to build that, it's good to know my Trojan is just 7 layers of glass in a hull based on proven design. Beamy at the transom, sharp at the bow and draggin' a decent keel...the Trojan F Series represents the golden age of mass production.

    Speaking of design, a fishin' buddy of mine's wife broke her little toe last weekend. It appears she slipped on the bubble-shaped bow of their Sea-Ray, smacked her foot on the hatch and opened a sizable cut when her forehead hit the windlass. Perhaps that firm's logo should be "boats designed for boaters by landlubbers."
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  11. buckknekkid
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    nice Teak and Holly, but my guests usually spill krap all over the boat so we use carpet..
     

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  12. juiceclark

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    Shoot...I have so many coats of poly on that teak and holly now you could bowl on it. That pic is right after I installed it (was proud enough to take a pic) two years ago and it only had one coat that sunk into the wood. You know why I decided to install that t&h sole? It was on sale 1/2 off - the true inspiration for most of my weekend projects!

    Your F-32 is like new. I guess she sits high and dry and heated all winter long. That's the thing with boats down here in sunny FL; they take a beating 365 days a year.
    TC
     
  13. buckknekkid
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    smore of the teak,,,,,,,,, smooth as,,,,,,,,,,,, oh you can guess I have a secret weapon for sanding
     

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    Nice... boat... only if I was on time on that day...:D

    excellent job with the teak
     

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    buckknekkid Senior Member

    :p NOON SUNDAYS!!!!!! BYOBroad :p
     
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