Cockpit Construction Continues

Since early November, I’ve fully moved my work to the exterior of the boat. My goal is to complete all exterior construction projects in preparation for paint some time later this year. I’ve made good progress on the following projects:

Once the above projects are fully complete, I will then move to the following projects:

Progress on the project is slow, but fairly steady.  My day job takes a lot of hours during the week, but I try to make up hours on projects in the evenings, weekends and basically any moment of time I can spare.

Regarding the website I also have been working to upload a lot of research data to the site.  So, if you browse the projects on the projects page, you’ll find a lot of new information.

Thanks for reading along – I really appreciate the feedback you all share.

2 Responses to Cockpit Construction Continues

  1. Hello
    I have been watching your progress on your Bristol. I have a Bristol 27 1966 # 146 Which, I have been restoring, not to the extent you have but I have done much to upgrade her and correct things. If you need sources for parts and hardware I have many. I ahve replaced all hardware with bronze and most of the wood trim with teak. Let me know.
    You are doing great.

    Submitted by: George Pelati on March 22, 2012 at 9:08 am

  2. Hi George. Are youth same guy that had a Sailmaster 22 ? If yes please send me an email. I’d like to ask you a few questions about the centerboard replacement job you did. Thank you. Marc

    Submitted by: Marc Gauthier on December 8, 2015 at 10:18 am


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