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Old 18-01-2013, 05:11 PM   #1
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Phantom 18 build photos

Some photos of the 18 we're doing, lots of Kevlar on the deck and Kevlar reinforced knees with a balsa core hull and balsa longitudinals.
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Old 18-01-2013, 06:12 PM   #2
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Complete with voids in the transom.
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Old 18-01-2013, 06:18 PM   #3
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Complete with voids in the transom.
Nothing wrong with that transom and Kevin's work is first class - I'd like to see better!
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Old 18-01-2013, 06:40 PM   #4
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Complete with voids in the transom.


Looks good to me!
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Old 18-01-2013, 06:48 PM   #5
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Its very neat workmanship.
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Old 18-01-2013, 07:23 PM   #6
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Excellent, and good to see plenty of 'tree' about the place!

Looks like it'll be a strong build
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Yep beautiful.great workmanship . What plywood is that in the transom ?
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Complete with voids in the transom.
I suspect andymac is looking at the light patches at the top of the knees...it may be a trick of the lens but I think that's what he's looking at.
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Gorgeous! Even when you told me about it, I didn't expect it to be this good!!
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how many layers on each side of balsa??
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how many layers on each side of balsa??
That's a rather general question. it (I'm sure) depends on what area of the boat you're talking about. And I doubt the Kitten would want to share that info on the web.
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What I can tell you is that the last (inner) layer of ply on the transom has slots in it so that it goes over the knees making a very strong structure indeed, we do the 19's in the same way.
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Excellent, and good to see plenty of 'tree' about the place!

Looks like it'll be a strong build
Strong, you ain't kidding. The moulds must have wrapped a little, much like the 19s have. Normally I put the bow eye in and jack the bow up to shorten the hull to get the deck on. But this one just lifted, the sides didn't even spread at all. Gonna be one stiff boat.
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bang tidy, any pics with the new deck on
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bang tidy, any pics with the new deck on
I'll take some with the deck on next week - it's not a new deck though it's the original design.
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looks great!

average weight of the 18 and 19 stripped?
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You haven't mentioned, is it being built for racing or leisure. Kevlar seems a bit exotic for a ski boat, looks good though.
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The boats are built to customer specification, the boat in the pictures will be raced.
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Complete with voids in the transom.
Think Andy mac is looking at the top of the transom in pic one
Must say it is a nice clean job there
There is a big problem these days with voids in ply but that looks like short grain came out when cutting Andy
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