Building a James Wharram designed Tiki 21 catamaran
Would love to be invited to the launch.
Congratulation Brad! I bet you are pretty excited to see how She sails!Fair winds,Aguritatae.eu
Thanks, Agur. I'm so ready to be done! I bet you are starting to hate fillets at this point.
You are damn right, Brad :)) Those little fillets underside of the bunks made me wish I have been born as a bat - completing those is a decent job for some species of cheiropteraBytheway what sort of paint did you used for outside (I'll guess some of 2-component) and how did you applied it?Did you just used brush and carefully laid paint layer by layer or did you sanded it between to get smoother surface?
I hated doing those, Agur. I used two part primer and then used Epifanes Monourethane for the top coats. I just applied it with a foam cabinet roller using the roll and roll method. I have some orange peel, but it looks good enough for me. I didn't really care about a great finish, so I just lightly hand sanded between coats with 150 grit. It looks good from ten feet, but of course in evening sun at weird angles the flaws to all show.Brad