Sunday, 15 January 2012

Large and small,wood does them all

Seen here the boat on the left,its a South African built1934 Vertue which was carvel planked,then many years later moulded over with epoxy and Kauri pine in New Zealand.

That larger boat was launched in the year 2000,its also wood and was moulded from ockume marine ply and epoxy to a Dudley Dix design,he calls it a Dix 43.We can supply a bulkhead set to the Dix 43,plus the rest of the materials to build the hull and decks.That boat hull was built by one man in six weeks working time,not actual weeks but the times added up.

How hard can that be,why not try it?


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