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Wednesday, 17 January 2018

New Year and new Projects to come to the yard.

After a bit of a delayed start back to work, it is now coming together again. over the coming months there a lot of new projects to get done especailly the restoration of Mai-Star II which as been on the back burner for sometime as other committments.

So while some jobs have moved along, others have had to be put on hold, such the work on the Hardy Navigator and the Mai-Star class dinghy. All of which have been laying around the yard and not been able to be worked on because of different reasons. This should all be behind us and we can get on and get the projects underway again and get the boats out of doors of the workshop and back to their owners or up for sale whichever is the course of action.

The Shetland Family Four is now nearing the end of its refit and should be going up on the market shortly so the get boat can come into the workshop to get sorted. 

Wednesday, 3 January 2018

Back to work after the Christmas break. Let's make it a year to remember for all the right reasons.

Now we are back at work, lets make this a year to remember for all the best reasons. Get rid of the dead wood from last year and make a different to the workshop and yard and get the boat in, through and out of the workshop and back to their owners on deadline and budget. Lets get too it.

Thursday, 23 November 2017

Major progress on the Shetland Family Four

The cabin and hull sides now  re-lined and looking a lot better .

Now the cockpit is now re-lined the last jobs in the cockpit can be finished off 

The cabin bunk fronts now fixed in position and ready to have the bunk cushions fitted 

The old bunk cushions put in position to check the size and position of the cushions before making new bunk cushions.

Monday, 20 November 2017

Working on the Shetland Family Four cabin lockers and bunk fronts

The berth fronts are now being looked at and found to be in a poor condition, so it is decided to renew the berth fronts with new plywood and carpets,  

The galley locker is now back in position and is ready to have its edge trim renewed 

The sink locker back in position and the bulkhead panel is now back in position 

One of the angle brackets holding the berth fronts in position, in need of cleaning and reusing 

The condition of the berth fronts is poor and in need of replacing 

Saturday, 18 November 2017

End of another busy week at the Workshop

It is now the end of another busy week down at the workshop with a number of jobs done on the Family Four cruiser. The cabin is now lined out ready for the cabin lockers and bunk fronts ready to go back in as soon as they are retrimmed and reapairerd as necessary. All the wiring apart from the steaming light are done and have been tested and the new automatic bilge pump and float switch are fitted, only the pipe work to fit and the skin fitting to be fitted in the aft end of the boat to finish hat job off.  There as been a few boat movements around the yard to make room for the other boats coming to the yard for work to be done of the winter and for storage. During this time the team will make a start on Mai Star II and get her refit underway and get her work booked in around the other boats we have in to work on over the coming months. So it is going to be busy time in the run up to Christmas and into the new year.