This week we step back in time and cover a few projects we did between getting the soles down – including adding the forward webbing to our bridge deck, which will eventually become our water tanks.

One of the main things, was glassing down the forward webbing on the bridge deck. Part of it is just for support, but the larger compartments, between bulkheads 4&5, will eventually be the spaces for our windlass/anchor chain, as well as our two water tanks (as far as we’re planning right now).

We also have it confirmed that a new shipment of vinyl ester resin is on its way, so we get busy working on another project which requires it, which is bonding the inner seam of where the hull sides were attached in July.

We hope you enjoy!

Much love from Annapolis!
Jessica, Matt & Georgie

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Videos made by Jessica, featuring Matt and Georgie.

00:00 – Why are we making our floors water tight?
05:21 – Intro
05:52 – Glassing the Inner Hull Seam
09:08 – Let’s Finish Up Our Vinyl Ester!
09:58 – Prepping the Forward Deck Webbing
12:25 – I Have Just Cut 110 Pieces of Fiberglass
13:21 – Answering YOUR Questions on the Process
14:56 – Perched Precariously On Our Vanity
16:12 – 1 Day of Work, Job 1/2 Completed
16:47 – Hull of Fame
19:15 – Closing

Fajv – Twelve
Honky Tonk Star – George Simpson
Moving With Purpose – Pip Mondy
Pandemonium (Tribute Version) – The Mondays

Camera equipment used:
– Panasonic Lumix GH5
– Shure VP83F shotgun microphone –
– GoPro Hero8 –

Previous Boats:
1983 Trisalu 37 – custom aluminum, built in Quebec (Elements of Life)
Where we’ve been: 2.5 year refit in Indiantown, Florida; Abacos, Bahamas; St. Barth’s; St. Maarten; Antigua; Saba; Azores; Ireland; Scotland; Norway; England

1989 Sabre 34 Targa (Serendipity)
Where We Sailed Her: U.S. – Bahamas – Jamaica – Cuba – Cayman Islands – Honduras – Guatemala – Belize – Mexico – Bermuda – Azores – Madeira – Canary Islands – Sint Maarten – BVI’s – USVI’s

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