Where did you get the plan?
Boat builder central has good prices on material too.
The boat I built will apparently not sink if I hit an oyster bed at wide open throttle. I haven't tried it yet though. It only has one layer of 12oz glass.
-G- wrote: ↑Wed Oct 04, 2017 8:55 pmnext time mark the top and hit it with a belt sander.austrotard wrote: ↑Wed Oct 04, 2017 7:26 pm I like how you laid the plane beside the plywood like it was used.Unfortunately it was.. making the scarf joints with that small hand planer was probably the most time consuming and tedious part thus far.
Fishwater wrote: ↑Fri Oct 06, 2017 1:25 pm viewtopic.php?f=3&t=27473&hilit=Future+bow+time
austrotard wrote: ↑Fri Oct 06, 2017 2:51 am next time mark the top and hit it with a belt sander.See but this all requires owning a belt sander. I am always accepting donations though. Maybe with the money saved I can fly you up here to etch a big trout on the side.
if you can shave and not cut off your nose you can handle a belt sander.
this and more handy tips are available from woodbutchermitch.com.au
yid took the knee.
I'm sending in a piece of marabou on a toothpick