Now the visible progress slows down and the list of things to do gets longer and longer. In the photo above you can see that I’ve made a lot of progress and the boat is nearing completion. What you can’t see are the hours spent sanding and coating the interior. The time spent making shaping and steaming in to position of the rubrail. That’s the small piece of wood that runs along the length of the sheer and protects the edge of the plywood planking.
Work on the pram dinghy is continuing apace and I’ll be sharing photos of that project in upcoming posts. Meanwhile we’re enjoying some beautiful spring weahter here in West Cork and it is very hard to stay away from getting my own boat ready for the water and getting out there sailing.
If you would like to have your own custom built Roeboat, don’t hesitate to contact me, Tiernan Roe, at +353 28 38973 or +353 86 1586937 or you can email me or use the contact page. Don’t delay build slots are, after many quiet years, starting to fill up.
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