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Old 06-24-2016, 02:02 AM   #2661
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Old 06-24-2016, 08:15 AM   #2662
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Old 06-24-2016, 08:29 AM   #2663
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Old 06-27-2016, 07:48 AM   #2664
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Old 06-27-2016, 07:56 AM   #2665
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Love your bowsprit! For S&G you could take miniature jet plane models and film takeoffs... like an Aircraft Carrier!

Keep slugging slugger... your forward motion toward SOLSTICE splash is enviable.
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Old 06-27-2016, 08:44 AM   #2666
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Love your bowsprit! For S&G you could take miniature jet plane models and film takeoffs... like an Aircraft Carrier!

Keep slugging slugger... your forward motion toward SOLSTICE splash is enviable.

Haha now that's a great idea mate lol.

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Old 06-28-2016, 05:13 AM   #2667
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Was pouring down with rain today but all good cause I've got some swanky tarps. Did some sanding and filleting. Tried on the new bow roller thanks to Rex and Joy Francis at Anchorright kindly giving it to me a little while ago.

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Hey, Matt, that Sarca anchor roller looks great. For heaven's sake make sure it is well fixed on before she splashes. When I bought my roller, I couldn't resist having a wee try on while down at the berth, and...you guessed it...it slipped and fell...initially down onto the dock, because I had hauled the boat well forward, but I neglected to tie it to something...it bounced twice, and hit the drink..! The water under my boat in the berth is 7m deep..!
Thank God a slip neighbour at the time, called Marty, was a live aboard at the time, and had diving gear. It cost me 2 cartons of beer though to get the roller back. Not good for the heart either.
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Hey, Matt, that Sarca anchor roller looks great. For heaven's sake make sure it is well fixed on before she splashes. When I bought my roller, I couldn't resist having a wee try on while down at the berth, and...you guessed it...it slipped and fell...initially down onto the dock, because I had hauled the boat well forward, but I neglected to tie it to something...it bounced twice, and hit the drink..! The water under my boat in the berth is 7m deep..!
Thank God a slip neighbour at the time, called Marty, was a live aboard at the time, and had diving gear. It cost me 2 cartons of beer though to get the roller back. Not good for the heart either.
Pete... please see comment on TY I sent you - regarding your above post and new thread I plan to start.

Matt - That looks great on your boat's nose!


WTF is the chain doing like that in last photo? Testing your pulpit's strength; or just getting it ready for beer filled days of re-anchoring into a close-by but new fish hole?? - LOL
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Pete... please see comment on TY I sent you - regarding your above post and new thread I plan to start.

Matt - That looks great on your boat's nose!


WTF is the chain doing like that in last photo? Testing your pulpit's strength; or just getting it ready for beer filled days of re-anchoring into a close-by but new fish hole?? - LOL

Chain is just the loop from the block and tackle above holding the tarp to the tree mate.


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Hey, Matt, that Sarca anchor roller looks great. For heaven's sake make sure it is well fixed on before she splashes. When I bought my roller, I couldn't resist having a wee try on while down at the berth, and...you guessed it...it slipped and fell...initially down onto the dock, because I had hauled the boat well forward, but I neglected to tie it to something...it bounced twice, and hit the drink..! The water under my boat in the berth is 7m deep..!
Thank God a slip neighbour at the time, called Marty, was a live aboard at the time, and had diving gear. It cost me 2 cartons of beer though to get the roller back. Not good for the heart either.

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Nice Battering Ram Matty! That's sure to strike fear into every boat owner in the marina!

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I kinda like your foredeck design. Nice lines and good function .. I think.

Have you tried the anchor on the bow roller and platform? Looks to me like you could make it shorter and save some moorage. What anchor do you have or what anchor is planned for a spare. Would be handy if it fit too.
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Eric, in Oz, we tend to not be charged for mooring on the length of the boat, but the length of the berth it requires, (or can be got away with). So 6 inches extra of the bowsprit is not really relevant as a rule.
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I kinda like your foredeck design. Nice lines and good function .. I think.

Have you tried the anchor on the bow roller and platform? Looks to me like you could make it shorter and save some moorage. What anchor do you have or what anchor is planned for a spare. Would be handy if it fit too.

I own a swing mooring already and can moor my boat so as long as it isn't longer than 11mtrs.

I have a SARCA EXCEL and won't be running two anchors mate. I might have a spare in the engine room or a spare fold up anchor in the cabin but won't have two on the bow.


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Today I applied the first coat of sanding filler on the flare. I'll need to fibreglass the portholes in next before I smooth the area out too much. I then jumped upstairs and began smoothing out the fillets around the hatch pads and the external radiuses of the cabin. The whole surface won't get as much love as the rest so far due to nonslip surface coatings that will be applied.
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Sure Matt,
If you're going to keep up your long established habbit of sanding sanding sanding you need to continiously add more stuff to keep up the good work. HaHa

So now if you were to paint the topsides it would'nt look like two different pieces. Would look like the topsides were made of one piece instead of two. I can hardly wait. You may be a traditional guy like BandB, PeterB or me and paint the sides white. Or you could be like some of the out of the box types and go for orange or purple.
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So now if you were to paint the topsides it would'nt look like two different pieces. Would look like the topsides were made of one piece instead of two. I can hardly wait. You may be a traditional guy like BandB, PeterB or me and paint the sides white. Or you could be like some of the out of the box types and go for orange or purple.

I don't think so, Eric. Stay tuned to see why Matt is working so hard to remove any imperfections before painting.
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