Re: Aluminum Diablo?
- --- In email@example.com, Mark Albanese <marka97203@...> wrote:
>Thanks for all the responses. I think we will go with the designer-intended plywood and epoxy, if only to save weight. Any weight savings would be appreciated in use, I imagine.
> From the old CSD catalog. See that Bernie also promotes a plywood
> On Oct 4, 2011, at 3:46 PM, dnjost wrote:
> > I think this is totally possible, but a pretty expensive way to go.
> > Epoxy resin has far less fumes, and the glass is safe to work with
> > if you take the necessary precautions: Gloves, face mask, safety
> > glasses, READ THE MSDS ON THE CANS.
> > You would have the homemade equivalent of a Grumman or Lund. I
> > loved my Diablo, but my 18' Work Skiff is way more solid underfoot
> > for fishing and clamming.
> > David Jost
- Before digging out your credit cards, note at Instantboats.com it's still listed as $16 + 5 shipping.
- Same at WoodenBoat.
On 10/8/2011 10:32 PM, Mark Albanese wrote:Before digging out your credit cards, note at Instantboats.com it's still listed as $16 + 5 shipping.__._,_
- Reminds me of my $1,000 book. I never tire of telling the story, and
welcome any excuse to trot it out. <g> A while ago the eagerly awaited
"The Encyclopedia of Yacht Designers" by Lucia Del Sol Knight and Daniel
Bruce MacNaughton was finally printed. Unfortunately, they decided to go
for high-end production quality, and a price that ensured that it'd sell
mainly to institutions -- $250. :o( I've never paid $250 for a book. A few
years had passed, so I went looking on ABE for a used copy. There at the
end of a list of used ones starting at about $180 was a "New. Flawless
copy, brand new, pristine, never opened" copy for 981.08 plus $1.99
shipping!! A day or two later I was on Amazon.com and looked for the book
just for the heck of it. They had some "New. Flawless copy, brand new,
pristine, never opened" ones for $163.84 with FREE Super Saver Shipping! I
snatched one up. For a while after I got it I was afraid to open the
shrink wrap and destroy the value of my "$1,000 book". ;o)
On Sat, 08 Oct 2011 19:32:08 -0700, Mark A wrote:
> Before digging out your credit cards, note at Instantboats.com it's
> still listed as $16 + 5 shipping.
Nobody ought to wear a Greek fisherman's hat unless they meet
two conditions: 1. He is a Greek; 2. He is a Fisherman (Roy