Fitting masts on 16 foot Sharpie Yawl

Well it’s time to roll the 16 foot sharpie lug-sail yawl outside to fit the masts. It was easy enough to jack the boat up on to some wheeled dollies that I use a lot as I work mostly alone.16 foot wooden sharpie lugsail yawl moving outsideAnd then all she needed was a bit of a shove out the door.

16 foot sharpie wooden boat moving outsideI stopped just before the ramp down out of the workshop just to make sure she was lined up right and wouldn’t run away from me.

Almost outHere she is ready for levelling and the fitting of the masts.

Here she is with the masts stepped. She still needs her final sanding and floor boards fitted but she’s pretty much done at this stage. I’m just waiting on the sails now to do a final test rigging and the owner will be picking her up. If you would like your own boat built for you why not give me a ring on +353 86 158 69 37 or +353 28 38973 to discuss your project. Or by e-mail roeboats@ymail.com.

Masts in sharpie lugsail yawl.

Roeboats, Ballydehob, Co. Cork, t:+353 (0)28 38973 m: +353 (0)86 158 69 37 e:roeboats@ymail.com

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