The last things has been carried out before the external laminate can start.
The temporary hole in the bow has been closed off and some high density foam inserts has been placed in the areas where thru hull fittings are planned.
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Did you buy or fabricate the bow pole? And…keep up the great work…beautiful.
At first I thought of making the carbon bow pole by myself, also as a kind of exercise for making the carbon mast and boom in future. But for practical reasons I decided to buy a custom made bow pole, to save on time and to have a look in the kitchen of a professional carbon mast maker.
Nice…I remember those gloves from down on the farm!
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