110. CEMENT in the bilge?! / Oak Stanchions



Lots of progress on the boat this week – Firstly, the guys fill the bilge with hot pitch, followed by some cement! Although slightly disconcerting at first, cement is actually a really useful material in boatbuilding. Richard has been working on the Bulwark Staunchions, which are made of White Oak and will support the Bulwarks, a kind of fence around the perimeter of the deck. Pete has been making the aftermost deck beam, or transom cleat, which will support the end of the deck strakes.


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110. CEMENT in the bilge?! / Oak Stanchions (Rebuilding Tally Ho / EP110)