Windward hull finished

After some struggle with our resin supplier we managed to finish the windward (smaller) hull just before Christmas!

Well, like the leeward hull its not 100% finished yet. Painting and the cabin roof will come on in 2020.

Beam support structure and main bulkhead
Test nap on the bunk
Gluing on the deck sheets
Cockpit center with flexispace interior. The hatches are partly used as tables too.
Finished for now. The cabin top and painting will follow in summer 2020.

Leeward hull finished

Unfortunately, our workshop is a little bit to small to work on both hulls at the same time. To gain space for the growing windward hull we decided to seal the leeward hull entirely from moisture and store it outdoor.

Deck is sealed with epoxy. The ugly white fabric with the black stripes is peelply. It will be removed just before we paint the hull.
Exhausted but happy: the leeward hull outside the workshop for the first time ever! It weights 190 kg, but no problem for girl power.

Windward hull framing

In analogy to the leeward hull we’ve started the windward hull with the bottom and the bulkheads.

Windward hull bottom and leward hull (on the left)
The bulkheads are glued on the bottom. The workshop is getting a little tight and we might have to move the leeward hull outside.

The next step is to glue the stringer is and shape them (if required)

Stringers are glued in, framing is finished