Restoring my Arcangeli Jolly

Discussion in 'Wooden Boat Building and Restoration' started by Hanszz, Sep 9, 2008.

  1. Hanszz
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    Hanszz Arcangelifreak

    The Jolly how he looks in the catalog.

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  2. Hanszz
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    Hanszz Arcangelifreak

    This was how he was when I did buy him, supposed to be number 401

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  3. Hanszz
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    Hanszz Arcangelifreak

    Made the trailer and the boat ok for some holidays to Italy

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    The last holiday before the restoration.....
     
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    Hanszz Arcangelifreak

  5. Hanszz
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    Hanszz Arcangelifreak

    After the holiday (2005), took all the chrome off, by taking the chrome off we saw the number 444 in all the chrome,
    so it isnt number 401 but 444.
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    Brought the boat to a friend of the EWBC http://www.e-w-b-c.eu/ who restores boats in his spare time.. !!
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    Even some ribs had to be remove because they were to rotten.
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  6. Hanszz
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    Hanszz Arcangelifreak

    After placing new ribs, plating the deck with 12mm triplex, and at the back with 18mm Mahogany multiplex.
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    Hanszz Arcangelifreak

    Then....placing massive mahogany over the triplex.
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  8. Hanszz
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    Hanszz Arcangelifreak

    After that, we turn the boat to prepare the bottomside. Take all the paint off with sandpaper and pickling. And make the pickling work better with putting plastic on it so it can't "breathe".
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    Give it a epoxy layer, with glassfiber blanket under it. And finish it with a few layers of pantserlack.
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  9. Hanszz
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    Hanszz Arcangelifreak

    Took the boat to another place, turn it back and go on with the massive topwood. Drill the screwholes fasten it with screws and special kit, phrasing inbetween the dark wood. Then place the ramin light strokes in, and make a plane surface wish an abrade.

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    Hanszz Arcangelifreak

    Then fill the screwholes with special wooden bungs

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    All holes filled and ready to smoothen the surface with sandpaper.

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    All smooth and ready for the 8 layers of original yachtlack.
     
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  11. Hanszz
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    Hanszz Arcangelifreak

    Putting lack on the boat makes a whole lot of a difference.

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    Two layers of lack on the boat, and he's ready to take him from John his workshop (Eindhoven) closer to my house (The Hague) for the rest of the painting and finishing touch.

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    John, the man who did most of the woodwork next to my packed boat, ready to take him home.
     
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  12. Hanszz
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    Brought the boat to a boathouse near my house to finish the lackwork.
    Primering the inside and In total 10 layers of original Ruwa yachtlack on the outside.

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    Finishing it with a polish.
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  13. Hanszz
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    Hanszz Arcangelifreak

    The boat in front of my house, and I brought the chrome to the chromery and see the results.
    I did get the most of my new chromework from Woodenclassics http://www.woodenclassics.nl/

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    You rule man that is a picture:)
     

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    Hanszz Arcangelifreak

    Made the top fitting again and I polished the perspex windshieldpanels and put them in again.

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