Schionning 12.5m Birig

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shiraz02
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Schionning 12.5m Birig

Post by shiraz02 » Wed Jan 18, 2017 4:19 pm

Finally getting some pictures up....
Finished exterior 2 coats high build
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mahnamahna
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Re: Schionning 12.5m Birig

Post by mahnamahna » Wed Jan 18, 2017 8:26 pm

AWESOME. Wow.

shiraz02
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Re: Schionning 12.5m Birig

Post by shiraz02 » Fri Jan 20, 2017 6:10 pm

Got some more pictures with masking off...
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Plus some interior ones. Only saloon table left to make, nearly all fairing complete...
Standing in galley toward saloon
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Galley: Pantry, 4 burner gas cooktop aft, 1.5 sink S'board, top loading freezer just in front of resin, 2 fridge drawers under resin, front loader washing machine next to that with access in hull
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Sideways photos rotate correctly if you click on them, not sure why they do that..
Port Aft, Head ( not glued in yet) Shower next room. shed next room , engine room at end ( have access to engine room through outside steps as well )
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Looking aft from main cabin door toward head
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Main Cabin looking foward
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Main cabin
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Kids cabin ( S'board f'ward) 1 single bunk in hull, 3 singles bridgedeck ( only have 2 kids U10, but 2 sets of 2 cousins same age + friends, lock them all in the one room ! )
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Aft guest cabin, double bed at back with storage under, and access to S'board engine
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44c
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Re: Schionning 12.5m Birig

Post by 44c » Sat Jan 21, 2017 8:40 am

Really nice work, looks great!

mikeb
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Re: Schionning 12.5m Birig

Post by mikeb » Mon Jan 23, 2017 12:22 pm

Thanks for posting the photos, great to see your progress! Also a reminder of how much work goes into boat building...

PRJP78
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Re: Schionning 12.5m Birig

Post by PRJP78 » Sat Feb 18, 2017 1:47 pm

looks awesome
dual carbon masts? what kind of rigging?

Beav222
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Re: Schionning 12.5m Birig

Post by Beav222 » Mon Feb 20, 2017 5:46 am

Great progress I especially love the aft steps. Very elegant. I have thought long and hard about some sort of curved steps but this is beautiful.
Please keep the pics coming. I wish some of the other builders would post more about their progress.
Cheers Dran
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teamROAM
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Re: Schionning 12.5m Birig

Post by teamROAM » Mon Feb 27, 2017 12:39 am

Really cool!! Would love to get a passage on board that one day!!!

shiraz02
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Re: Schionning 12.5m Birig

Post by shiraz02 » Thu Dec 14, 2017 2:30 pm

PRJP78 wrote:looks awesome
dual carbon masts? what kind of rigging?
Bit of a delay in replying, but better late than never !
No rigging. Masts rotate on the posts. 2 mainsails, about 50m2 each. The masts are simple tapering tubes, no fancy wing masts.

shiraz02
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Re: Schionning 12.5m Birig

Post by shiraz02 » Thu Dec 14, 2017 3:04 pm

Since last post I've had to remove the shed on council orders, not much of a surprise really, and lucky to get away with it for that long. Any new builders looking for a shed, I've got all the pipework and tarps if interested in buying. Boat now propped up on blocks, port hull at ground level, starboard hull about 2m off the ground, flying a hull !
The outside is all sanded ready for topcoat at Coomera prior to launch. Inside all sprayed with high build and sanded. The three sleeping cabins are now sprayed with a flat water based epoxy finish coat, with a slight blue tint to offset all the whiteness. The colour appears more intense with low light, and the better half loves it, so all good. The galley, saloon, hull hallways, shower and head will be painted next with the same paint as the exterior ( gloss white colour)
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main cabin, view 1
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main cabin, view 2
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Kids cabin, 3 single bunks on bridgedeck, 1 in forepeak
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guest cabin with steps/bedbase removed

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