Emphasizes the importance of boat maintenance in weathering wear and tear, and examines repairs to hulls, decks, and fittings, how to paint and varnish, the care of wooden and alloy spars, wire, sails, natural and synthetic ropes, and engines.the yacht lay unattended on her mooring, the length of the gouge and attendant longitudinal scratches would indicate a glancing blow from some other boat ... In any such damage what must be considered is not whether you are capable of making a repair, but whether it will be of a professional standard. ... 3 If the gouge is deep enough, part-fill with resin putty leaving room for the gelcoat later. 4 Apply anbsp;...
|Author||:||J. D. Sleightholme|
|Publisher||:||Sheridan House Incorporated - 1992-01|