Larry Pardey is accepted as one of the master craftsman of the wooden-boat building world. He and his wife, Lin, have built and repaired many boats including two strong, handsome cruising cutters and sailed twice around the world in them. This impressive book shows the process of constructing a boat hull with extensive photographs and drawings and includes ample time-saving procedures. From financial and time planning, lofting, floors and framing, selection of materials, planking and spiling, design considerations, to deck beams, man-hour norms and details critical to wooden boat construction, this volume serves as th emost comprehensive guid a potential builder could ever use. Reders will also appreciate the discussions of how to select from numerous construction methods and materials, how to set up the shop and tips for sharpening and making your own tools. The new appendix on proper adhesive selection is qmustq reading.Less inside framing and no stringers, so Laborintensive, astherearethreeor four skins tofit, glue, andfasten. hull is easy to ... Molds must be very accurate, as little fairing can be done tooutsideofhull afterplanking. ... Repairs require heatedshop.
|Title||:||Details of Classic Boat Construction|
|Publisher||:||L&L Pardey Publications - 2010-04-26|