Painting 21′ Cape Henry Gaff Cutter

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Well here we are starting the painting of the outside of the hull of the Cape Henry 21. I used 2 part epoxy undercoat and 2 part polyurethane topcoat. Which gives a very durable and low maintenance finish.

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Work progressing on the topsides. The deck and cockpit are pretty much done at this stage and just need the non-slip deck coating.

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And in the photo above all the white paint is finished and the top strake is ready for a few coats of black. Of course while ¬†I was waiting for the paint to dry I was wiring, splicing and plumbing and generally finishing up all of the interior and rigging. It’s at this stage in a build that the to do list gets longer and longer everyday until the boat is finished. There are also literally hundreds of different pieces to paint and/or assemble. When you start building a boat the list is short, get materials and build boat.

If you’d like to start another boat building list why not give Tiernan Roe a call at +353 (0)86 1586937 and we can get started on your boat.

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

 

 

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