Build the New Instant Boats by Harold Payson

By Harold Payson

Simply equipped boats for amateurs. comprises 3 stitch-and-glue designs-a process that permits the plywood seams to be "taped" including fiberglass and resin rather than steel fastenings-and 3 traditional designs outfitted and not using a jig.

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The completed daggerboard case was temporarily placed in position, and a pencil line was traced around it. Now pilot holes are being drilled from the inside out. These holes will take the nails when you fasten from the bottom up through the cheek pieces. Mast Step and Partner The butt of the mast fits into a heel collar, and the collar is supported by two longitudinal pieces called step bearers. The outside dimensions of the plywood collar, which is made up from the four pieces labeled "mast step courses" on Sheet 2, are I inch by 6 inches by 6 inches, and its inside hole is 2Yi inches by 2 inches to accept the tapered butt.

These are shaped to fit together, edge wedge, and are temporarily fastened in place with tackswhich, for my choice, are light IS-gauge nails. putty. The nails are then easily removed and replaced by long strips of fiberglass tape, which function as the chine logs. So far you've been working bottom up, but once this assembly is stiff enough you turn it right side up and fill and tape the interior seams. The order of these steps may vary according to the size of the boat and the builder's preference.

Build up the stem by gluing together the two stem cheeks and four stern core pieces, cut according to the scheme on Sheet 2 out of "'-inch plywood shaped to the dimensions shown on the profile on Sheet I. 7-inch plywood if you happen to have it on hand lit's not included in the bill of materials}. I Gypsy's transom with its framing pieces beveled and motor mount in place. used the "'·inch stuff because I was checking out the plans by building the prOtOtype, and I wanted to adhere to the specifications.

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