|Vessel Make/Model:||Wharram Custom|
|Hailing Port:||Norwalk, CT|
|Crew:||Andy and the Kaimu Crew|
|About:||Sailors in the Baltimore, Annapolis, DC area.|
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This is an attempt to make a vertical panoramic shot of Richard and Gill's catamaran as the crane worked to lift the boat so that the rudders could be installed from beneath, the blocking added to keep the boat's keel high enough for final antifouling on the bottom, and the mast also hoisted by the crane and lowered into position.
Webb Chiles is off at sea again, rounding the Cape of Good Hope in Africa and heading up North. Here is his yellowbrick tracking site: https://my.yb.tl/gannet. I noticed that he has fired right out of the gate with a couple postings of 8 knots plus, in a 24 foot boat.
It was time to start cutting out the hull sides of the ama for the outrigger canoe. I used the old offsets from the ama built in 2014, but had raised the lee gunwale of the ama a bit so that the deck of the ama would match the curvature of the crossbeams. The plywood was cheap 1/8" doorskin from Home [...]
Work continued on the hatch coamings, building up the outer perimeter with hardwood, faired with epoxy compound, painted, and the hatch bedded in Bed-It butyl tape. This is the recommended product for bedding hatches and other fittings that bolt or screw onto the hull.
The stormy weekend didn’t stop, Monday morning saw 40 knots of cold northern wind blowing across the North River into the boatyard. The day continued blustery, overcast, and bits of rain now and then. There was no motivation to fight the weather and work on the boat.