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Email This Page to a FriendPreview: Building the Oonagh Rowing/Sailing Dinghy, Part 8 – Protecting the Bottom
March 10, 2021
Rolling epoxy into the layer of dynel cloth sheathing Oonagh’s bottom.
NOTE: If you're new at this, we HIGHLY recommend that you also watch the "related videos" listed with Eric Blake, Russell Brown and Bill Thomas. You'll need to install the first topside plank prior to covering the bottom with dynel or fiberglass (if you are doing this optional step to protect the bottom). You can use the Part 9 video (the sheer plank) to see how the first topside plank would be installed. Since the process is virtually the same, we elected not to film both topside planks being installed so as not to be redundant.