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  • yacht_surveyor_boat_surveys_shipwright_doerst_hampshire_devon_
    finish turned yellow to varying degrees The white deckhead also turned quickly to an off white not noticing too badly until you touched in a year later the difference was staggering Used a water based gloss it stays exactly the same white for many years touching in old finish hardly notices years later The gloss is not quite as glossy as conventional gloss more difficult getting a flowing paint job This gloss white is glossier than most other DIY store water based products long term I prefer it to stay white and can accept the slight loss of oil based gloss finish In cupboards the finish is irrelevant Screwfix Yacht varnish own brand Have used this on off for several years when I remember to buy it I have found it just as good durable as any of the leading marine varnishes obviously a lot less expensive as well Wickes Professional woodstain Mahogany Used this for a long time now It stops mahogany fading in sunlight Strip a length of mahogany to a beautiful rich red varnish it within a few months it has faded a couple of years down the line it has noticeably yellowed This stain helps the mahogany stay its glorious colour for many years The stain is very dense it goes a long way so use it sparingly and not like paint apply it thinned if easier brush it out fully on new wood Allow to dry apply decent varnish It is also useful works for brightening fading varnished mahogany without stripping the sound varnish off Key the existing varnish and apply very lightly spread out as far as it will go to even the coating allow to dry apply normal varnish Stixall MS Polymer I have used this for many years no complaints about its

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    20full 20Moody 20376 pdf http www turbolink co uk seasurveys2011 PDF 20files pdf survey 20list 20truncated 20 grp pdf http www turbolink co uk seasurveys2011 PDF 20files pdf timber 20checklist 20truncated pdf http www turbolink co uk seasurveys2011 PDF 20files pdf Moisture 20meters 20 20osmosis 20v 201 1 pdf http www turbolink co uk seasurveys2011 PDF 20files pdf timber 20 20its 20uses 20v1 201 pdf http www turbolink co uk

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  • sailing_news_dorset
    a lot remain unsold and unused in yards and marinas A boat that is in or virtually in commission and being used will always be more attractive than the one that has been unused and unloved for months or in some cases years If selling make sure she looks almost ready to go but remove all unnecessary personal gear so buyers can imagine what she would look like with their own personal belongings aboard Empty lockers are more attractive to the buyer that lockers full of gear September 2015 Ridge Wharf boatyard in Wareham received delivery of a new Travellift and assembling on site I believe the old lift is available if you need or want one Contact Ridge Wharf for more info The old one is on the right of the photo July 2015 Americas Cup practice If you were in the Solent early July you might have been racing this one A pair of these passed us whilst match racing off Newtown IOW Passed us about 50m alongside Very impressive sight when rising out of the water Not so fast at displacement speed though June July 2015 The Round The Island Race had good conditions for the majority of boats although it was a bit bumpy for the Family sailers at times Cowes the Folly moorings were jam packed with parties ongoing until 0200 the following Sunday morning great for some By 1200 on Sunday virtually everyone had left you would not think there had been anything going on Generally the Solent has been quiet with regard to full harbours Yarmouth quite empty on the Green pontoons non walk ashore although the walk ashore moorings were in demand Seems that few feel the need to pump the dinghy up nowadays No major examples of bad boat handling leading to damage yet June 2015 Cranchii powerboat appears to have been set alight on the Frome just down from Ridge Wharf on Sunday eve 7 June Boat completely destroyed and first reports suggest arson as against accident Reportedly some unknown youths were seen aboard immediately prior to the fire Investigation ongoing Early June Serious gales with 60 MPH gales in Poole Harbour again No major recorded losses although some sails damaged on roller furling gear April May 2015 May started off with severe gales along the south coast and there have been limited times when it would have been pleasant just to drop the mooring for a few hours As usual a few furling genoas completely wrecked on some of the Poole moorings when they have come loose At it worst this can break the forestay and fetch the mast down so make sure it is well tied up put another lashing around the forestay wrapping the sail in it The Beaulieu boat jumble was held at the end of April Many visitors think it would be better a few weeks earlier as then there is still time to fit what we didn t know we wanted The day was

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  • yaccht survey problems timber & grp surveyor south coast
    touching the hull at the aft tip These rudders similar rudders fitted without any lower support are very susceptible to contact bending in extreme cases the bend can be so severe that the rudder jams on the hull Looking at the top of a rudder see where the grp has cracked because the rudder stock has been flexing in the moulding Bonding fractures such as this are not uncommon they will be seen on supporting structure for twin keels bulkheads fin keel support floors much more Always an indication of high stress More common than it should be such a risk for crew members Easily seen once broken but what about just before it breaks Stainless steel rigging is perfect until it breaks no warning of work hardening which it commonly suffers from It comes as no surprise that insurers prefer you to spend a lot before they have to spend a fortune Gas system installation does vary from boat to boat in this case the thin walled copper line has kinked always use the thick walled line as it does not easily kink in these situations Corrosion staining like this suggests problems inside the rudder look at the next photo in this list see why Inside the rudder of a small GRP sailing boat rudder Mild steel rods inserted into bronze rudder stock Inevitable area for corrosion Good builders use stainless steel stocks stainless steel tangs all welded Osmosis blistering beneath the antifouling on a large Westerly This was later stripped found to have very high moisture meter readings excessive blistering Possibly not structural but definitively undesirable the seller will have to reduce the price in this case Click the photo to see how large these are Hardly ever seen in this country but teredo worm also known as

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  • yacht_surveyor_boat_surveys_shipwright_doerst_hampshire_devon_
    process of survey much more about surveys on boats Area covered the area limits guide to cost for repairs surveys Buying a boat tips on buying your first or next boat what to look for advice on what to expect how best to decide the full procedure from 1st viewing to completion Links links to various websites of possible interest including library of different yachts boats to timber description websites more Survey problems some common photos of problems regularly seen on timber grp vessels About us find out a bit more about who will be surveying or repairing your vessel Tried Tested this page will be added to gradually with products that I have used with success would pass this experience onto others From paint to wind generator Shipwright page on this page are samples of major works carried out such as rubbing strake replacement to GRP hull damage with full descriptions of how the work was done Boats bits for sale a new page free of charge for advertisers to sell boats bits Not yet fully established but added to as time goes on Articles on this page are a number of useful pdf articles about various subjects including

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  • boats for sale
    Quick News column Contact us Endurance 37 For Sale GRP version well equipped lying Wareham Email the owner for more information on gerardfwhite gmail com Wanted inflatable dinghy about 2 9m with transom 07501 144631 Barbican 33 Well maintained f ully equipped full survey in 2011 39 950 Poole area Contact Diana or Geoff Parry 01929 462220 or e mail dianaparry gmail com uk GRP Lone Gul l class Junk

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  • Untitled Document
    and a your letters section etc were not recognised as needed Very little goes on in Bryanston and keeping this site up to date and fresh was challenging This has forced the editors to change it once again with a completely new style of design in the hope that you might take the time to tell the editors what you would like to see on the site You can telephone me on 01258 488820 or email me editor bryanstonTimes co uk HOME EDITORIAL DURWESTON VH WALKS LOCAL LINKS SNT EVENTS Copyright TurbolinkSystems 2016 All rights reserved DISCLAIMER The information contained in this website is for general information purposes only The information is provided by BryanstonTimes co uk and while we endeavour to keep the information up to date and correct we make no representations or warranties of any kind express or implied about the completeness accuracy reliability suitability or availability with respect to the website or the information products services or related graphics contained on the website for any purpose Any reliance you place on such information is therefore strictly at your own risk In no event will we be liable for any loss or damage including without limitation indirect

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  • SNT Bryanston village
    Come back soon Please visit us again to see how your community website is shaping up Dont forget We need content Have you got a story experience or memory that you would be willing to share with the community HOME EDITORIAL DURWESTON VH WALKS LOCAL LINKS SNT EVENTS Copyright TurbolinkSystems 2016 All rights reserved DISCLAIMER The information contained in this website is for general information purposes only The information is provided by BryanstonTimes co uk and while we endeavour to keep the information up to date and correct we make no representations or warranties of any kind express or implied about the completeness accuracy reliability suitability or availability with respect to the website or the information products services or related graphics contained on the website for any purpose Any reliance you place on such information is therefore strictly at your own risk In no event will we be liable for any loss or damage including without limitation indirect or consequential loss or damage or any loss or damage whatsoever arising from loss of data or profits arising out of or in connection with the use of this website Through this website you are able to link to other websites which

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