|Doesn’t this look FUN?
Part of what excited me about this blog was the extra incentive it gave me to thoroughly document the repair process on my boat, and to write about it. There’s still plenty of work to be done and quite a backlog to write up but a good deal of progress has already been made and documented. As the blog format makes it a bit of a pain to track down past posts, I’m creating this index. I’ll keep it updated and link to it, and I’ll try to add stuff from the other sailfeed bloggers as it comes along.
Note: Click on the links, not the pictures.
Replacing Rotten Deck Core
Making Your Own Chainplates
Replacing the Cockpit Sole
Patching the Hull (Take this info with a grain of salt – it was very early on in the process)
Systems and Hardware
Repairing Leaking Aluminum Tanks
Fiberglassing and Epoxy Basics
This article was syndicated from Safe At Harbour But Meant For The Sea: DIY Sailing with Paul Calder