This is interesting

Discussion in 'Fiberglass and Composite Boat Building' started by pironiero, Mar 29, 2021.

  1. pironiero
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    pironiero Senior Member

    Stumbled upon these guys; they are making a whole new deck and doing major refit of the boat. The question is- they got rid of the concave curve in the aft of the hull? or they reduced it? Can't understand by photos
    http://www.corby-yachts.com/pacifist.html
     
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  2. Will Gilmore
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    Will Gilmore Senior Member

    It does look like they extended the cockpit out the transom but they never showed a finished picture of that piece.

    I'm not sure what you mean by "concave curve in the aft of the hull."
     
  3. pironiero
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    pironiero Senior Member

    look at photos 21 and 24
     
  4. Will Gilmore
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    Will Gilmore Senior Member

    Ah, I think that was a trailer depression they fixed, often mistaken for oil canning. The next photo shows it with a straight edge laid across it.
     
  5. pironiero
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    pironiero Senior Member

    uh oh, thank you

    it sucks that they have no YT or lifejournal at least
     

  6. Will Gilmore
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    That is quite the project and it looks like they did a great job with it.
     
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