A couple of jobs went thug demanding first in line, one with a brace of insults. So I have been working late every night and the office the office has been basically closed this week.
Been quite a while since I have been bullied. As usual the office seems to cost more than it brings in so I have to keep at it.
I should have them completed by Monday.
I just finished the revision drawings for this unit to be built in Australia. Based on the 65 ferry cat.
this unit was only funded through schematics, but I went ahead and did a beginning 3D model anyway. There was no chance to trim the aft hull area and add the swim steps yet.
It went on hold for now.
OK, I bought the boat. It should be in Seattle in late August. Its been great working with Gregg the owner. He wants to see it tied up at the lunar lander.
If interested hit me back at firstname.lastname@example.org text at 206-719-4893. I will connect you with seller.
until I get price guidance, make an offer.
CORE CELL A600
LINEAR STRUCTURAL FOAM PLANKING
3/4″ 19mm (6PCF)
(Bead & Cove) Planks – 2.50″ Wide – 89.50″ Long = 235.75 sq. in.
235.75 sq. in. / 144 = 1.55381/sq. ft. per plank
120 sq. ft. /1.55381/sq. ft per plank = 77.2 planks
Plank Count /Box = 272 planks
5 Boxes = 1360 planks = 121,720.00 Inches/12 = 10,143.33 Total feet
VECTORPLY CORP E-TLX 1900 – 10×50
CARBON FIBER REINFORCED LONGITUDELY ORIENTED
727.5 Total Yards
If it was closer, I would buy it in an instant. Owen found it for me.
I got to sail Roger Strube”s one afternoon. Wonderful. Speeds like riding a bicycle, but no hiking out needed.
I need to do an updated version with reverse bows and squaretop.
back here again. had cash crunch and too much work. blog was neglected.
I now have the surveyors report to go with my potential buyer package of plans and consultation.
Yesterday, Monday, I was going to dive into the work for everybody. As soon as I got up I got a text informing me that my lunar lander dwelling had been engulfed in a wild fire overnight, but was probably OK. I had to speed over and see what was damaged.
I was amazed. It was fine. We did learn that epoxy is self extinguishing in tests for the USCG, but I didn’t really want to test it.
Am here in office working all month.
Am back from a trip that I had promised to do for the last two years. I did have laptop workstation with me, but ended up putting over 3000 miles on the car. I was beat at the end of every day.
I will be back in the thick of it next week, working on all your projects, and will open my CFR 46 for Mark.
My 63 trimaran Atlantis is on the block and up for auction I see. I got this.
“Dear mister Hughes ,
We are SEILHAN SILLON LAVIGNE Society, baillifs in Martinique French West Indies La Trinité.
We organize a public auction for a multihull called “Atlantis” on 22 th June 2018 at Le MARIN.
You have drawn this beautiful Wessel ( 63 ft).
French State Autorithy have grabed this boat by a judgment toward its ex owner , trident company.
Did you know some peole who where interested in ? it will be nice to communicate about it. ( Upset price 80 000 € and estimated price around 120 000 euros + 13% tax) .
There will be some others wessels for this auction : 2 Lagoon 380, 2 small fishing local boat with 75 cvx Yamaha and Mercury Verado, 1 Jefferson 33 ft with 2 mercury verado, 1 carrera 32.
Sorry for my bad english (!).
you can contact us : email@example.com
our web site : www.huissiersantilles.com
SCP SEILHAN SILLON LAVIGNE
cell phone : 596 6 96 43 66 16″
Several people have noted that it lost it’s mast some time ago. I do recall that First owner declared his carbon fiber had double the modulus that I expected. My mast design was way over built in his estimation. His mast build failed. He never told me.
I’m on the road this week until the 31st.
I have the laptop with me and most of the files I need. And I get email.
After I get back I can catch everybody up, and go point by point with Mark Ganulin.
As though I have nothing better to do.
One of mine this time. People, contact me before you start cutting. I was not contacted with this one.
Having a walkway back can be a great idea. There does have to be a minimum amount of shear material, and the cap strips need to go far enough.
I’m not sure if Zeevonk always had the outboards, and if they were like that.
With the added material removal caused by the hatch there. it sure likes a failure waiting to happen.
If so I hope it happens close enough to shore to swim back.
Wow. Sounds too good to be true. But
here it is. I tried the link and it worked for me.
I have been finishing up the new 45 cruising cat and that seems to be taking all my time. Almost have most of it done in time for the builder.
More here soon.