My first boat project

kcassells

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Ahoy all, it was long time since I checked in the last time. A lots of things are happening in everybody's life every day and these things may throw projects out of the course. I was still working on my boat as much as I could. It may sounds really boring, but the last major job left is to finish paint top side and to put anti skid surface to it. In the meantime I painted topside with the primer and I finished the new companion way door. I am waiting for little less humidity to sand and paint the top on her.
Here are a few photos.

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What is the color blue you are using from Alexseal? I may match your colors it looks great.
 

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That is great, that is the color we had picked! Nice work, I read through your entire thread here.
 

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SLoooooowww......Wifey things. But did start building a new 14x10 shed to house boat goods and tools. So moving along.
I can't believe I missed another season.
I just finish painting the top side and tomorrow I will start painting non skid part of the boat.
Another thing I learned is that painting at night with lights on and white collar is not a good thing to do. There were bugs diving everywhere on the fresh paint.
 
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