Sailing Yacht

How to build a 39 ft Offshore sailing cutter at property





How I build a 39ft Offshore sailing cutter at household making use of C-Flex fiberglass technique. Constructing the hull and deck molds, outfitting heritage from interior woodworking, engine installation, electrical, rigging, and navigation gear. Shots include things like seatrials in the Gulf of Mexico. Length of construction (1982 – 2007), However, these types of initiatives are hardly ever actually finish!! See video clip slides for vessel specifications.

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  1. Let's see 49 plus 25 equals 74. Nope pretty sure that's out of the cards for me. But good for you. I was a sailor in the Navy. I've had ideas about having a boat but just recently the idea of having a home that travels the world amazes me and why I never looked at a sailboat that way before I dont know. Imnhoping that in the next few years I van scrape a few ducks together and hey me a rig

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  2. I used to try to save money by buying 1/2 built aircraft projects, but spent all my time working on them and never flying……so now I buy planes I can fly home. Life is too short

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  3. If you was in philippines i would be willing to sail to america, i'm from Arkansas.

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  4. very nice! god job and a good music too!

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  5. Congratulations what you learned in the process is truly priceless and you have a greater appreciation for all boats and what goes into them. Some thing tells me she’ll never even get scratched! And will be perfectly maintained.

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  6. Did you get your crew

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  7. Was this boat ever for sale in the new orleans area? I thought i saw it on craigs list.

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  8. Yea! Someone who still refers to woven rovings!

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  9. p.s never tell me what i should try

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  10. It's not Athena, is it?

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  11. There are many hundreds of old well-built boats around that can be refitted for much less money and time than building new.

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  12. Hi brother you did great work! Congratulation you have this nice toy!

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  13. You breathed in all that lead? Your kids have 8 legs?

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  14. Outstanding perseverance! Cheers!

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  15. Nice lines. Helluva project.

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  16. I know you can get solutions for that on woodprix website.

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  17. You know what, no. Screw you, I will try this myself. Thank you very much. I’ve got the patience.

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  18. Looks like you made good progress and stopped. What stopped you?

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  19. Not certain about the points made but ,if anyone else wants to learn about wooden boat plans and kits try Joolaim Rudder Replication (should be on google have a look ) ? Ive heard some pretty good things about it and my partner got excellent success with it.

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  20. Holy smokes man. Mad props. Thanks very much for sharing this, because otherwise no one would believe that anyone can actually pull this off in real life.

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  21. música brasileira kkk s2

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  22. Builds for 25 years sinks it to the bottom of the ocean 3 years after from hitting reef.

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  23. wow that is amazing!! well done

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  24. Ela é carioca ela é carioca 😉

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  25. Amazing dedication truly awesome!

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  26. Did you find the crew ???…
    So many years to build and living in hell because of bad crew is something I wouldn't wish to even my worst enemy !!…

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  27. Wow !

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  28. You're a marine Artisan!

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  29. built two shops and 35 years!!!!!! we are obsessed.

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  30. same boat, still in the shop

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  31. I have just the same story

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  32. Truly inspirational!!! Seeing your port was Baton Rouge really brought it home, I'm in Hammond! OMG the heat.. the resin.. the hurricane stress…!!! Congrats on every man's dream, especially with a happy ending

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  33. I've been studying building boats and discovered a great website at Denelle boat builder (google it if you're interested)

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  34. Wow! My hat goes off to you sir

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  35. Bossa nova e guaraná antártica(7:06)?kkk Lindo barco, parabéns!

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  36. Amazing how building a boat ages a man. 8)>

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  37. 25yrs? think ill buy a second hand one for 8k lol……. but well done brother, you did it

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  38. Incredible achievement Skipper!. 🙂

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  39. Your ending is very motivating :/

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  40. Bravo bravo bravissimo, I & a friend of mine are finishing one bigger in 6 year, alluminium cutter. -40 day to launch.
    Only I can understand what it means.

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  41. awesome bro!!,…count me in ( ZERO experience,…but plenty of time)

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  42. still looking for a crew?

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  43. That's a lot of years you could have been sailing…I did up two boats including my current one that I bought because it was a proven, fast. design .It took me a year to reinforce her structurally ,completely rebuild the interior,replace the engine and electrics and so much more. She sails like a new boat and has taken me in many offshore trips. And the cost was very moderate.There are literally thousands of worthy boats begging to be given a new lease in life. Building a hull for instance makes no sense at all to me. I'm not denigrating your efforts by all means,I just find them misplaced.

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  44. omg the music lol

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  45. that has to go down as one of the longest builds. Ive just started my cat but ply glass and I thought 1 month a long time to build a single hull.
    thats an amazing boat. Did I read right custom? did you design her? well done she looks fantastic. Hope your still out there and we cross paths to lament our builds. all the best.

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  46. I want to make this one day.

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