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Al KHUBAR 2 Print Booklet
Author: dragon   Posts: 3   Photos: 18   Subscribers: 1   Views: 426   Responses: 13   |   Most recent posts shown first   (Show oldest first)

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finished - Posted: 21st Feb 2018
At last after 2 months the AL KHUBAR is finished see photos.

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Response by dragon on the 22nd Feb 2018
Thanks Dave sailed at Southport on Sunday went very well ill take photo next time
Response by dragon on the 22nd Feb 2018
Hi Figtree7nts thank you for your comments
Response by dragon on the 22nd Feb 2018
Donnieboy Unbelievable comment thank you.

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new photo - Posted: 27th Dec 2017
Enclosed photo of inside wheelhouse

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Al KHUBAR 2 - Posted: 22nd Dec 2017
Complete overhaul to date
Wheelhouse completed with working lights and radar not to be confused with the one on Mayham.
Hull started Motors,Bowthuster,Props Rudders and corts done so far
More next year

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Response by dragon on the 27th Dec 2017
Thanks Dave ill take on board your comments but I always double seal my decks pouring in fastglas resin moving the hull around while it hardens a bit. try it if you haven't already it works.
Response by Dave M on the 27th Dec 2017
Yes but the centre part of back deck on the Al Khubar is removable so you can get to the rudders and motor couplings.
The instructions suggest a close fitting sheet of plasticard will suffice. Didn't for me as the deck get very wet even in calm waters.
Hope you have better luck than me.
Response by dragon on the 27th Dec 2017
Dave i was only thinking about the edging not the centre part i'll keep a close eye on that cheers