Time

This list does not include the time spent shopping for supplies. That can add another 20% to your time budget.

10/22/12  – Temporary Frame 8 – 2 hours

10/24/12 – Temporary Frames 2 – 1.5 hours

10/25/12 – Rip Stock for yard and boom – 0.5 hours

10/30/12 – Laminated boom and yard – 1 hour

11/2/12 – Continued marking lines after figuring out a fair curve for the dimensionless sheer – 2 hours

10/30/12 – Marked lines on side panels – 2.5 hours

11/3/12 – Ripped Outer Wales, Inner Wales and Chines – Cut the 4 side panels from plywood – Drew and cut transom and after bulkhead – Ripped additional wales to replace bad earlier cut – repaired table saw – 6 hours

11/14/12 – Beveled the side and bottom edges of the transom and aft bulkhead with sabre saw, drew forward bulkhead lines on lines on 1/4″ ply – 1.5 hours

11/14 – 11/23/12 – Cut beveled transom and bulkhead framing, epoxied framing to bulkheads, butt-join hull side panels – 20 hours

11/30/12 – Adjusted bulkhead framing and dry-screwed the hull sides, transom, bulkheads and temporary frames together – 6 hours

12/5/12 – Put stem loosely in place, with help – 1 hour.

12/9/12 – Remedial carpentry to adjust frames – drill and chamfer holes – epoxy stem in place ~3 hours

12/16/12 – Extend bottom of bulkhead 10.7 and re-face with additional layer of 1/4″ ply – 3 hours

12/18/12 – Epoxy bulkheads and transom into boat, with help;  fabricate 14′ alignment board from 1/4″ ply scraps  – 2 hours

12/19 – 12/22/12 – Attach inner wales (Drill, dry-fit, unscrew, glue and screw using Titebond III) – 3 hours

12/24/12 – Glue and temporarily screw starboard outer wale – 2 hours

12/25/12 – Temporarily fir, then snap port outer wale, set-up table saw,cut new lumber, refit, glue and screw –  3 hours

12/29/12 – Check alignment on top and bottom centerlines, check for twist, clean up shop – 2 hours

12/29/13 – Dry fit port chine log, dry fit and snap starboard chine log, shop for new lumber  – 6 hours

12/31/12 – Disassemble chine logs from boats, set-up table saw, re-cut chine log, dry fit to boat – 4 hours

1/1/13 – Bevel chine logs, disassemble chine logs, glue and screw in place after hanging kraft paper below chine logs to protect sides from epoxy drips – 2.5 hours

1/19-20/13 Dry fit then epoxy bottom onto boat – 9 hours

1/26/13 –  Trim starboard bottom – 1.5 hours

1/26/13 –  Trim port bottom – 1.5 hours

2/3/13 –  Trim bottom @transom, reset bottom screws – 1.5 hours

2/4/13 – Sand bottom w/ 60-grit, draw rudder and leeboard on plywood – 1.5 hours

2/11/13 appx. – Cut leeboard, rudder and rudder cheek blanks – 0.75 hours

3/14/13 appx. – Epoxy rudder and leeboard halves together – 0.75 hours

3/16/13 – adding port inner gunwale reinforcement, glass and fill-coat bottom surface – 8 hours

April to June 14, 2013 – Shape leeboard and Rudder blade, add outer gunwale reinforcements, replace deck screws w/ stainless steel, trim gunwales ends, voids in interior ACX plywood, fill screw holes, shim transom top to meet deck, fillet joints w/ PL-Premium, put finish coat of epoxy on bottom, fill fair and sand hull interior and exterior , rough cut fordeck, prime and paint forehold and underside of foredeck ~ 25 hours

6/15/13 to 7/12/13: Prime and paint aft hold, fashion structural support for foredeck, fashion mast step, Glue-n-Screw foredeck onto boat, fashion aft deck supports fill voids in blades – 12 hours.

6/29/13 – Make polysail – 8 hours/ with helper.

Through 8/5//13: Fabricate coamings and covers; fair, varnish and prime decks, hatches and cockpit; apply 1st coat of topside paint. 30 hours.

 

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