Fabricating Custom Rails – Part 3

Posted by Zachary Wiest in Modifications, Sanding, Woodworking

It was nice to get back to work on the boat today.  I ran in the Keys 100 this past weekend and needed some recovery time.  I began today’s work by sanding the rough edges from the rail spacer that I cut last week.  Next I got out the ruler and clamps and spaced them evenly along the hull.  When I was happy, I modified the six spacers that will cap the frames.  To top off today’s work I dry fit the aft breasthook, drilled a hole for the flagstaff, and laid out the template for the trolling motor plug.

Time Spent: 2.0 Hours

Total Time In Build: 84.0 Hours

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