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Tag Archives: Starboard
By Eric | Published: February 20, 2010
As I said in the last post, I found a bunch of pinholes in the starboard side rubrail. Some light tapping with a hammer really opened them up. So out came the oxy-acetylene torch to take off the old half round iron pipe and prepare the area for a new section of mild [...]
By Eric | Published: September 24, 2009
I am working my way forward on the starboard side. I’m going to need some more 3/16″ 7018 welding rod soon! I’ve gone through three 50 pound containers in the last week.
By Eric | Published: August 28, 2009
First step to replacing the rubrails was to whack off the old iron supports that held the wood timbers against the hull. The rubrails are the “bumpers” along the side of the hull that take most of the abuse of bumps and scrapes. Only the rubrail on the port side needed replacing. Someone had replaced [...]
By Eric | Published: August 18, 2005
Here are some pictures from August 2005 for scale. She is a big boat! Some hull plates are off and the rudder is getting replated.