WINDORA'S - Refit

Discussion in 'Wooden Boat Building and Restoration' started by Phil Christieso, Aug 2, 2016.

  1. missinginaction
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    I've been procrastinating trimming out a few interior partitions. The last photo you posted above gave me the idea I was looking for as to finishing the outside radius. I like the hand hold idea. Nice job and thanks!

    MIA
     
  2. Phil Christieso
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    Pilothouse Fitout

    1 - The old helm station
    2 - Mockup
    3 - The opening allows more light into the saloon
    4 - New Settee's and storage
    5 - Steps Companianway access to aft cabin
    6 - Sailing in comfit
     

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  3. Phil Christieso
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    The Aft Cabin

    1 - Dry fitting Matai T&G before epoxy gluing
    2 - Gluing Trim
    3 - Lining the hull
    4 - New lockers
    5 - Finished cabin with Signa heater installed
     

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  4. Phil Christieso
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    1 - Laminating the tiller having a balanced rudder gives this 20 ton vessel a light helm.
    2 - Ready for shaping
    3 - The s/s hardware and false rudder stock
    4 - Ready to go sailing
    5 - With sum help fitting the full length teak beltings
    6 - Holes Plugged
    7 - Bronze capping on
     

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  5. Phil Christieso
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    1 - Working on the decks sum repairs around the samson post note the 2" thick combings on the front hatch.
    2 - The up stand for the masts
    3 - More painting
    4 - Masking for the nonskid.
    5 - A birds eye view.
     

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  6. Phil Christieso
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    Engineering Hardware
     

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  7. Phil Christieso
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    1 - Days Mon to Fri were spent at the boat. Evening and nights in the workshop at home Machining and fabricating parts
    2 - Anchor rollers
    3 - Bowsprit fittings
    4 - Mainsheet track, Dripless seal
    5 - Tiller hardware.
    6 - Bobstay fitting The bolts are 21" long to get though the stem timbers
    7 - Furler blocks
    8 - Stair Hinges
    9 - Tanks made easy for cleaning
    10 - Sight glasses fuel and water
    11 - Pulpit
     

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  8. Phil Christieso
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    1 - After 2 years and 6000 hours its time to go back in the water.
    2 - Back on the Trailer.
    3 - Lynda with the champagne.
    4 - Built for the ice
    5 - Southern ocean in a gale.
     

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  9. Phil Christieso
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    A look at Windora

    These Photo's are taken after some 30,000 miles
     

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