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The second 65′ ferry bound for Lake Victoria is put into the container near Seattle. The hulls must be cut in half to fit into containers. I mistakenly thought that they had elected to bolt the facing bulkheads together instead of keeping the joins

in-plane of the hull as I advised. The bulkheads are only for alignment. Very pleased to hear that.

By kurt

2 thoughts on “Second Uganda Ferry in the Box”
  1. unless you’ve heard otherwise, they’ll do those in-plane hull joints after reassembly in UG. frame bolts are purely for alignment.

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