Over the past 2 sets of Monday/ Tuesday night classes, me and my volunteers have got lots done. Averaging around about 14 strips cut and tacked down on my official Monday night classes. I have been unofficially attending the Tuesday class as well to get the strips glued. This helps to keep up the pace and hopefully get the hull done before the impending shift of the boat school in November.
A lovely Zephyr Racing Dinghy is shown here too, nearly complete in raw timber, professionally built for a customer by the resident boat builder, Mark. It is also made with the 3-skin cold moulding technique like my boat- but with 90mm wide Hoop Pine strips.