Harbor Master 19

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UncleRalph
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I finished painting my HM19 yesterday - after 21 months of work. I have put some pictures in my Builders Gallery. When I rolled the boat out of the garage all the neighborhood kids swarmed. Here is a picture:
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I modified the sides of the pilot house - making it more open. Per Jacques direction I left 3" of plywood on all sides of the opening.

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Wow I wish you were MY Uncle Ralph! The boat turned out great!

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Nice, really nice! How long till splash? You should be proud, she looks great.
Take your kid fishing!

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Man - she sure is the show boat for the HM19! Looks better than on the study plans. I like the way you did the brightwork. Great job!

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Very nice! Can't wait to see it in the water.

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Beautiful boat. Love the open pilot house.

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I've pretty much finished the dash on my HM19, except I'm waiting for two gauges for the empty holes. Nothing is wired yet - will start on that now.

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The sunlight in the background made the picture a little dark.

Ralph

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Post by st »

Ralph,
Nice going, and the kids give a perspective to the size of the boat. Yes the bright details looks very special.

It looks like one of those trick pictures. How many kids are in the picture? The first time I looked I saw three, then another then another…I see 6 people on or in the boat. Am I right?

If that kid at the back can kick hard you may not need get a motor.

Scott

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Fantastic! I wish I had the room and the time to build a fleet of boats. I'm glad I at least get to see what others are producing. Can't wait to see it on the water.

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I see 6 kids. Wow!!

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