1930’s Launch repair complete.

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In the photo above you can see that I’ve scarfed in two new frame heels to replace the old ones which had dissolved due to the de-lignification mentioned in the last post. The area where the frames meet the stern post are sloping forward to make sure they shed any water that might gather there.

img_0139And here the new piece of tramsom is fitted. I purposely made the piece narrower at the ends to that it would be easier to lever into place without having to steam it as the transom has quite a curve. The the top sea is backed with a batten and the sloping down shape of the repair helps to shed any water.img_0167

And after many hours of work the transom is repaired the straightened propshaft is and I just have to re-fit the rudder blade.

If you would like your own custom built, your current boat repaired or your next boat restored don’t hesitate to call me, Tiernan Roe, +353 86 158 6937 or you can email or use the contact page.

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

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