Sb18 Coral - Hull

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Sb18 Coral - Hull

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Hello All,

First pics of the hull.

All the best.

Marcelo
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http://sb18coral.zip.net/

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Thanks! :)


Is it just a camera focal length thing, or is that boat not fitting through the garage door? 8O

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Hello,

It is just a camera issue, it is inside the garage right now... :D

I did not pay attention to that detail.

All the best.

Marcelo.

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A garage door that is wide enough is a wonderful thing. It's shaping up nicely. 8)

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Post by marcelo »

Hello All,

Just an update about my SB18Coral

I applied the tape inside an already have two frames in their places (F and E). Pics next week.

Greg, thank you for your pics, they have helped a lot.

All the best.

Marcelo
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Post by sngatlanta »

marcelo wrote:Hello All,

Just an update about my SB18Coral

I applied the tape inside an already have two frames in their places (F and E). Pics next week.

Greg, thank you for your pics, they have helped a lot.

All the best.

Marcelo
SB18Coral
Congratulations on getting back to work after the vacation. Now I must assume that you also got the bi axel fabric in place after the tape and before the frames right? It’s just that you didn’t mention that and I wouldn’t want to here you skipped it. :o

:o Greg

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Hi Greg,

Thank you Buddy!!!

Yes, I have applied the biaxial fabric after the tape and I think this time I used less resin (tape + biaxial around 1 gal). Is it better? :doh:

I have the frames F and E in place too. I will post some pics this week.

All the best and keep building!!!

Marcelo
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Hello All,

Some pics about the progress.

Enjoy.

All the best.

Marcelo
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Marcelo... how's your build going :?: Everything looks great so far!

-Dave :D

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Hello Dave,

How are you?

I started working at the lift keel, but due some work and travels, my progress has been too small those last weeks.

But everythings is going very well.

All the best guys!!!

Marcelo

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