well r36 completed this afternoon last bits done so ready to race at the club pond in the morning, Shame i cant get any testing done so first test is in the race hope not to come last at least once have, remembered to charge all batteries
took the boys sailing last week both have sea commanders after 15 mins i lad ran over the pump that sits at one of the pond and damaging the keel and splitting the first 8 inch's from the bow look like i will have to get the saw out not looking forward to do that, any advice how to do it HELP
we run a class and its called a 1-2-3 class 1ft keel 2ft hull 3ft main mast as i am about to race in this class i built this based on a wee nip scaling down from 37" to 23.5" (room for bumper as we sail in a walled pond) still more to do as were still in lock down so will need to get moving on this ??
i got this from my local tool station (screwfix ) in the uk known here as sanding drums cost £10.99 box has a gap underneath to collect dust all mounter in my tower drill i have 2 tops 1 for the two larger drums and 1 for the rest
thanks for the info this is my 2nd barge so getting better each one i build so after a few more build's i might get it correct and just picked up the plans for Kitty (the free one's ) so might build one from scratch this photo is of number 1