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The Voyage of 'S/V Röde Orm' - Sweden
Come on board and take part in our adventures while exploring the world at the slow pace of a sailing boat. We left in June 2009, heading south to escape the northern winter... to start with. Currently in Algarve/Portugal taking it one day at a time.
The new prop is being installed
05/20/2009

by my old friend Aron, who's now workign for the local boat mechanic.

Due to my recommendation! It's nice to be able to help people you appreciate.

Paintwork done, well except another coat of antifouling
05/19/2009

Tomorrow it's been three weeks on the hard. Amazing how fast time pass while you work, fully focused on a project like this..

The pic shows the 'new look' of our old lady

more pics here:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/9218039@N06/

Warm! Sunny! Soon finished!
05/18/2009

Really enjoyable to do the painting today :-)

The beginning of the end
05/16/2009

first coat on the coach roof

Busy boatwork
05/15/2009

sanding, painting, and then wet-sanding and painting again.

It takes more time and effort than a born optimist like myself realize beforehand.

2 coats of primer, and then 2 coats of the 2-part PU paint everywhere in the cockpit, on deck and the cabintop. Coloor: Off-white

3 coats of 2-part PU paint on the topsides. Colour bright red (or as we would label it- Röde Orm red) Then antiskid paint light grey 2 coats on the areas of the deck where we put out feet. Then 2 coats of good antifouling under the waterline. Pheew! regarding the waterline, we've risen it almost a decimeter, not because the the boat wasn't floating on it, but from strictly practical reasons. With a higher waterline, we will be able to polish the topsides on a calm day at anchor. A great benefit 'out there'.

This picture shows Isabelle prepping the cockpit for the final two coats...

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Who: Magnus & Isabelle
Port: Falsterbo -Sweden
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