Oh Joy is finally feet dry

Discussion in 'Wooden Boat Building and Restoration' started by CharlieCobra, Aug 27, 2008.

  1. CharlieCobra
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    CharlieCobra Junior Member

    We sailed her into the slip yesterday and hauled her out today.

    Here's a vid of the haulout:


    and one of the walk around after they sprayed the slime off:


    Im in for some work and I think this covers the gist of it:

    1. Rebuild the Perkins if possible, replace if not.
    2. Strip all the exterior varnish, bleach and re-apply.
    3. Pull the sticks and rebed the tracks, strip and re-apply varnish.
    4. Freshen up the epoxy barrier coat.
    5. Bottom paint.
    6. Fair and repaint the hull.
    7. Fair and redo the non skid.
    8. Rebed all stanchions and hardware.
    9. Paint deck.
    10. Restore three ribs aft with rot issues.
    11. Build two new mahogany hatches.
    12. Redo the engine room layout and add a fuel manifold for hot swapping filters.
    13. Rebed the bronze house portlights.
    14. Rebuild one cockpit seat (teak).
    15. Add more sail controls (in Bronze and wood blocks).
    16. New running rigging.
    17. New standing rigging.
    18. Re-design the galley for the Admiral.
    19. Pull and inspect the rudder post, replace packing.
    20. Pull and replace the shaft packing.

    Such fun!:D
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