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Corecell foam double ender Briggs

Posted by MJones 
Re: Corecell foam double ender Briggs
December 19, 2011 03:05AM
wow
Re: Corecell foam double ender Briggs
January 23, 2012 03:35AM
Another picture, pretty much finnished.




Re: Corecell foam double ender Briggs
January 23, 2012 04:23AM
Wow
Re: Corecell foam double ender Briggs
January 23, 2012 05:11AM
Damn nice looking boat. Really like the finishing touches.

Jeremy Christensen
Re: Corecell foam double ender Briggs
January 23, 2012 07:18AM
She's a real beauty and some serious inspiration! Thanks!!!
Re: Corecell foam double ender Briggs
January 23, 2012 05:37PM
It looks great. The finish work looks real clean and smooth.

Is there anything worth note with regard to working with the foam core? Is the whole boat foam, deck, etc?

Would like to know more about the build process if you can spare some time.
Re: Corecell foam double ender Briggs
January 23, 2012 08:11PM
Thanks, now all we need are some permits! Let me know if any of you have an open spot on some trips, will also do the same. That Deso call-in has to be the craziest permit process yet.

Build went great, first time with the foam (really liked working with it). Would have liked to have done some vacuum bagging, think I could have used less epoxy. Other than that I will do the next one the same. Yes Larry all is foam, even the gutters (wow there has to be a better mouse-trap for gutters). They were very time consuming. No plywood whatsoever, just corecell, teak, mahogony and ash for posts.
Re: Corecell foam double ender Briggs
November 26, 2017 04:38AM
M Jones, it's been a few years...any pics of her on the water? Post build reports? Anything you would do differently? Did you get her weighed? What is the width at the beam and how much does the boat rocker/rake up on the ends? Is she holding up well?
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