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1 year 11 months ago #28712 by raydawg
raydawg replied the topic: Mama Mia! needs another coat
She is a BEAUTY.....
Not even open for debate.
Only thing keeping her from being perfect is she ain't the blue and white configuration :P

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1 year 9 months ago #28893 by Terrydi
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Thanks Raydawg,

Yeah I like the blue ones too.

Terry

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1 year 9 months ago #28895 by Terrydi
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edwardgrijalva6020 wrote: Sheer,If you look at the shape of a boat from the side, The top of the hull often curves up (or rarely down) at the bow and stern. This is sheer. Usually the bow and stern are higher to maximize the freeboard at the bow and stern where the boat meets waves. The curve at the keel level is called rocker.
When looking at the boat hull from the side, sheer is the line where the hull meets the gunwale.
When prepping a Seafair hull for spraying, the Sheer line was masked, the hull was gel-coated white, you had just a few min. to peel off the masking tape than the sheer line was sprayed black and also the rest of the hull was sprayed black for back-up, it made it easier for the molders to lay-up or mold the hull and see any air voids.
This is what I remember, just my 2 cents worth.


Hey All,
Eddie gave this enlightening explanation in answer to my question regarding the sheer stripe application on Seafairs.
I just noticed in this article the bottom left photo shows the black stripe being spayed after the white had previously been sprayed in the lower section just as Eddie described.



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