RE: Rainha Jannota Turned Up Side Up II
The steps already exist and they were bolted upside down. They were there just to allow me and mama to make the first ever entering onboard.
The hull is a multichine wood epoxy play-glass one. There are 2 layers of 3/8 laminated marine cedar grade plywood with epoxy resin FG laminated on top. The bottom chine keel-, ended up with 3 1/8 thick. From there up to the water line, given or taken, there are 2 ¼
Inside, as you can figure out from the pictures, there are 3 layers of impregnating epoxy. The boat length has been extended 10% in comparison to the first hull. The reason was because the first boat was kind of square. Too much beam. My hull maintains the same beam, increases the space between the frames in 10%.