Tremolino tales

Discussion in 'Multihulls' started by Corley, Aug 24, 2017.

  1. Corley
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    Corley epoxy coated

    Topsides are now mostly glassed, just a few small areas to complete before fairing it's not an absolutely perfect job but it should be adequate. Strangely enough the cockpit area and rear bulkhead are glassed but the coachroof around the companionway missed out when it was done previously. The gunwale strips and coachroof sides have all been reinforced with double bias glass and the decks sheathed in 200gsm plain weave. I've decided against recessing my little acrylic windows. I'm just keen to get it done and back on the water now.

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  2. trip the light fandango
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    trip the light fandango Senior Member

    It looks good Corley..the little windows do add to the overall character....hmm I'll add that to the in coupla years list..ha
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