Panga 22 Curacao

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Saw some people who where interested in the panga 22 project so decided to start posting my progress.

This is where im at right now:

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very nice, thank you for posting the pictures.

It looks like you hold the current record for number of shop dogs

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haha i got 6 so that might be true

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Bart-Curacao wrote:haha i got 6 so that might be true
Westpointers?
Btw very cool boat 8)

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yes 5 westpointers and 1 labrador

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Looking good Bart! I see you used a lot of kerfs, makes it a lot easier yeah? Are you gonna put a bilge in her or scuppers? Trying to make up my mind on that one. And I see you have a 3" chase for the steering and what looks like 1 1/2" for the fuel and the other one is for electrical I'm guessing? Just wondering about your wiring, see if there's any ideas I can steal :D
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Post by SaltyD »

Nicely done Bart. 8) Look at the sheer on that sucker! I'm almost ready to start my PG22, can't wait. Thanks for the inspirational pics. :D

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Post by Bart-Curacao »

I think im gonne use scuppers. The second tube from the left is 2" and is for electrical. The kerfs made it a lot easier to bend i used 12mm plywood instead of 10mm so it was almost impossible to bend without the kerfs.

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"It looks like you hold the current record for number of shop dogs"
Maybe in unlimited category, but Larry holds the current retreiver record.
Gil

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Post by saltponder »

Bart,
Nice job. Did you use soft or hardwoods on the splash rails?
On my PG 20, I'll use both a bilge pump and scuppers. The 20 is not self-bailing at rest from what I recall.
Gil

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