Making a hull

Discussion in 'Multihulls' started by Fanie, Feb 26, 2012.

  1. hoytedow
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    The boat rides in the truck bed and must not contact the camping trailer with the slightly over 1 meter tongue. Bed of truck is less than 2 meters.
     
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    Wife rides in front to keep bow down.
     
  3. hoytedow
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    I have 2 columns in the back yard that will serve to brace the rotisserie for wrapping the mold frame.

    You are a genius!
     
  4. Fanie
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    LOL. Is she aware of this development, or is your idea for now :eek:

    If the camping stuff rides in the trailer, how about camping on/in the boat ?
    Just make the boat sizable so you can fit the required stuff in it...

    You can pack all the stuff at home, no tents etc. You launch and only come back when you leave.
     
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    We can camp in the trailer. We can also set up a dome tent on the boat and sleep there. It will have joining removable decks that serve as the tent floor.
     

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    Pretty neat idea, Fanie. I'm impressed.....
     
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