Preview: How to Build a Wooden Boat – AROHA Part 21 – Tops for the Cabin & Pilothouse

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The crew at Brooklin Boat Yard scarfs, laminates and vacuum bags the roof-tops for the cabin and pilothouse. After which, they attach and fiberglass these structures to form the snug, weatherproof interior.


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    Marcus Hatch says:

    Looking forward to the next part – great video production quality by the way, audio, content, shots – well done.

    Ordered the cnc frame set last week. Looking at a January build once I gather up the wood and do the pre work.

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    Jay Knight says:

    Yet another excellent video, always a learning process for me. Like Dave mentioned, I traditionally will roll a thin coat of “slightly “ thickened epoxy on both sides. Those are some beautiful panels you made up.

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    Dave Mitchell says:

    Great to see another instalment. I am very eager to see the launch.
    I have always coated both sides when bonding ply together but you obviously don’t see the need. Have I been wasting epoxy all these years?
    Keep ‘‘em coming! Thanks.


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