Monday, July 18, 2011

24 Hours

The Va'a Motu is coming along quickly.  I have a basic hull shell after 24 hours of labor.  Fijian Kauri stringers, 1/4" (6mm) Gaboon ply (nice and light) and epoxy glue. 

7 comments:

Will said...

Excellent, cant wait to see more!!!

driftingson.com said...

Looking good, Gary. Can't wait to see it on the water. Which, at this rate, should be by Friday!

Rotorhead said...

Nice! 24 hours? that's about what it took me to fab a couple of bulkheads. Amazing.
Kiaora
Charlie

Aotearoa said...

gorgeous!

Anonymous said...

Looks amazing! Can't wait to see more!

Enter Miles said...

Yeah, Gary! Give it to us!!!
Show us how it is done.
It is just great to see something like a nice canoe, a boat, evolving from thought, to paper, to model, and finally to the real thing. I love that. And when somethink beautiful like your canoes comes out,... even the better.
Thanks,
Peter

allan aunapu said...

If we only had better words...thanks for letting us be on board.