The keel is prepped for paint, gets levitated and thoroughly sealed with high-zinc epoxy primer. Tapatya gets a wash and a pair of Victron Energy solar charge controllers. And Hazel's boat upgrades continue with the bow roller setup, the disappearing through hulls and a new instrument panel.
This is the story of the building of a Jay Benford designed, 31.8ft, junk schooner-rigged cruising sailboat. The videos are a week-by-week record of the build as it progresses and aim to show as much detail as possible of the various aspects of the build.
These videos take a lot of time and effort to make, in what is already a time-intensive project. Your support in watching, subscribing and sharing these videos is very much appreciated. You make a real difference!!
If you'd like to throw a few bucks in the boat building kitty in appreciation of the efforts here, you can do this by;
Joining the Patreon crew - https://www.patreon.com/sv_tapatya
Supporting us on PayPal - https://www.paypal.me/svtapatya
SV Tapatya merchandising - https://www.svtapatya.com/shop.html
or via the tips jar; http://www.svtapatya.com/the-tips-jar.html
Music tracks "Sit and Wonder", "Ocean View" and "The Great Divide" available on iTunes, Amazon etc. EP "Shake a Leg", album "Out of the Moloch", single "Ocean View".
Check out Hazel's music at https://music.apple.com/us/album/1503250522?app=itunes
Music from these videos is available from: https://ynotb.bandcamp.com/album/the-sv-tapatya-tracks
Thank you :-)