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1 meter yacht GOTH Print Booklet
Author: Northumbrian   Posts: 2   Photos: 9   Subscribers: 0   Views: 703   Responses: 2   |   Most recent posts shown first   (Show oldest first)
Goth update - Posted: 14th Oct 2016
as you can see by the pictures it is progressing while waiting for the deck to cure before removing from the mould 😊
the deck has been attached & mast booms and No 1 rig just the deck patches to make & fit nearly ready for trials

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Response by Dave M on the 2nd Mar 2017
Looks almost ready is the RC gear installed and working?
Good weather arriving soon so hopefully you will be able to launch and make the maiden voyage
Response by Northumbrian on the 2nd Mar 2017
Hi Dave
these are the latest pictures of Goth next step is to prime ready to paint
happy sailing 👍
Painted Hull Graphite grey Deck Monza red
1 meter yacht GOTH - Posted: 13th Oct 2016
GOTH 1 mtr yacht built under licence from a plan bought from Frank Russel,
This is a joint venture with my friend Brian Quinn to spread the cost of the build the plug was made from balsa then the mould was made gel coat & fibreglass the lead bulb was cast in green sand rudder & fin made the next job is to make the deck mould mast & fin box have been installed

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