Caulking Planking Rubbing Strips

  1. CJaon sawdust out of me planning searrnwlm a smell brush.
  2. Ihtbeit tool ft* caulkng this Ihlc kriess of ptankhg Is itw cguWng wheel. 1ha wheel car> be mode bv a lunar os {town of from a plumbers pJpe- cutting disc,
  3. The best cotton for cauikjog s me tvttsied lype that often comes Ite a rope wtth several ifrorvds which must be ¿eponarted to lit Into (he seam.
  4. Follow the procedure shown forcautdng, ^^^ palnlhg and applying mastic h the seam.
  5. Woi on Itw rubbhg s+iip j womshoe ] on tie ksei and ihe perfection strips ofl me stem as shomy j^S^^-^yjK^'
  6. tol on the chine robbing strip.

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CAULKING WHEd

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CAULKING

  1. Snjsh Ihlnned point In ¡»ami over the wa+ertine. Uve bfock-ranlsh below.
  2. fill ihe seem with mastic 8ek?w wcterfne; Blockramini + chofc putty.

A, Presi Ihe cotton hard into Ihe seom wflh ihe Cimflcrvg

Fpt o plonk with the lower edge at the waterlirra marti at the stem. Brace It level. The string rests on the lower edge OF this pfank.

RAIL

  1. Remove the boot from the bulking Jig, but keep the cross braces until the roil is complete.
  2. Clomp on the outside rol batten and nol the sheer ptonk to it.
  3. Bolt the deckfoeam to the forward frame and notch for the centerplank Into the stem and the deckfoeam. Clamp on the Inside sheertxitten and nai It to the frames.
  4. Bevel for the covering board.
  5. Saw the covering board to shape and nai h place.

8x80

Deckfoeam sawn from (8) 32 x 143

8x80

Deckfoeam sawn from (8) 32 x 143

Covering board sawn from 20 X 193

Covering board sawn from 20 X 193

OUTBOARD ENGINE WELL

  1. Instai a she* under the foredeck before noiing the foredeck In place.
  2. Cut engine well beam and clamp It to the forward side of the aft Intermedtate beam. Cut the cleats, remove Ihe beam and noi the cleat» in place. Bott the beam to tie frame.
  3. Noi the bottom of the engne wel then the rides and final/ the deck which also serves as a seat for the operator.

20x193

Planking oxstood 20 to avoid end splitting wt>en nallng. Round off.

Positioning Cleat Boat Bow

20x193

Planking oxstood 20 to avoid end splitting wt>en nallng. Round off.

MAKE ENGINE WELL WATERTIGHT 10x80

20x143

MAKE ENGINE WELL WATERTIGHT 10x80

SECTION Of ENGINE WELL LOOKING FORWARD

Naied from underside Correct hel^it determined in position

SECTION Of ENGINE WELL LOOKING FORWARD

FLOORBOARDS

  1. The simplest ood cheapest is to have no floorboards except In the bow because of the deep V - bottom.
  2. The next option b to have footboards between the bottom battens.
  3. The most expensive solution b to have footboards level with the top of the bottom frames, creating a flush floor.
  4. Because of the strong tat there is no need for a thwart for structural reason. However for safety reasons a thwart is strongfy recommended to permit using oars and on emergency sail, 2
Cross Bottom Planking

5x75

THWART

5x75

35x44

20x93 Gap - 10 between planks

35x44

FLOORBOAROS BETWEEN BOTTOM BATTENS

Prevented from moving sideward» by frames

Prevented from moving sideward» by frames

44x44 sits on top of bottom batten

THWART

44 x 44 between frames, two on each side of centerline

15 X 68 X 300 notched to half depth of beam

FLOORBOAPOS FORWARD ARE REQUIRED

15 X 68 X 300 notched to half depth of beam

FLOORBOARDS LEVEL WITH TOP OF FRAMES Floorboards dMded at centerlne

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