The next PROA from Balkan Shipyards, the LOGIC behind the DESIGN.

Discussion in 'Multihulls' started by rael dobkins, Aug 28, 2021.

  1. rael dobkins
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    rael dobkins Dreams come True, But only to Dreamers...

    BOAT BUILDING from Balkan Shipyards. Proa 'One Force 213'
    WHY Flat bottom? WHY Junk Rig?? WHY Poplar Ply??? WHAT's the COST? and HOW we DESIGN...
    Keep Shunting, Balkan Shipyards

     
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  2. redreuben
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    redreuben redreuben

    The whole idea of epoxy is seal up everything so NO water gets in, water is heavy so you save weight. If you're going to do half a job and let water into the ply (heavy) then you might as well use polyester and house paint and chuck it away when you're done.
     
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